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Old 10-17-2013, 09:41 AM   #31
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Re: cleaning your multi-function switch (LOTSA pics)

Great write up! However, I've cleaned the contacts 4 times now and still the right turn signal will not work. I managed to stop the annoying constant clicking. So right now the contacts have to be as clean as they were when brand new. I guess l throw in some dielectric grease to see if the right turn signal will fire.

No fuses are blown.

Any thoughts?
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Old 07-11-2014, 12:42 PM   #32
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Re: cleaning your multi-function switch (LOTSA pics)

This is an excellent presentation for those who struggle with what GMC could never get right on the perplexing 2nd generation Blazer. This contributor should have made a DVD for all common Blazer service problems, of which there are many. GMC should then have been required to purchase the rights to this, and then distribute it to all Blazer owners, no charge. Just a thought.

Are there any more presentation similar to this available.
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