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Old 08-21-2018, 12:22 AM   #1
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'76 Camaro turn signal problems.

Currently having a problem regarding the driver-side turn signal of a 1976 Camaro. As it now stands, only one of two filaments is receiving power. With parking/headlights off, the turn signal works as intended, though dim with a single filament. Turning on the parking/headlights causes the gauge cluster (wired correctly, already checked) to show constant power to the driver turn signal, but the filaments do not light up, nor does attempting to use the left-hand turn signal work. Turning on hazards causes only one filament to light up, the same one that works without parking lights on, and it flashes opposite of the right side signal, which works as intended with both filaments lighting up. Any help or ideas as to the cause and solution are greatly appreciated.

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Old 08-21-2018, 06:09 AM   #2
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Re: '76 Camaro turn signal problems.

Check/clean the ground for the lamp housing and socket.
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Re: '76 Camaro turn signal problems.

Seconded, check the quality of your grounds.
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