TURN SIGNAL STAY ON
Hi I have a 1994 GMC Safari van, with 97,000 miles and a 3, 6L engine with a 4spd auto trans. The left turn signal stays on after completing a turn, and the driver has to remember to turn it off. There is an airbag in the steering wheel, it and the huge number of wires from the multi control stalk which includes cruise control have me intimidated about trying to repair it. Would I have to remove the steering wheel? Airbag? Lots of wires in the way? Or might it be fairly easy to replace without going in too deep? Thank you, Patrick Houlihan
June 27, 2007.
June 27, 2007.
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