You're having the same issue as before. The problem is wiring harness in the column for the turn signal switch. This a a very common problem on GM columns on all models. If you get down under the dash, you will find the white wire on the column side of the plug broken just after the plug. It is the wire on the "top" end of the plug, closest to the driver. What causes the problem is the that the wire is bent too sharply, which after a while causes the wire to break. You can try to pull the pin out of the connector, strip the wire and try to get it back in the plug, but often there isn't enough wire to do that. Usually, I've ended up having to replace the turn signal switch in the column. Not to bad to replace, last one took me about 2 hours to do. The biggest pain is snaking the wires down the column. If you have any questions, just ask.
96 Caprice Classic
L99 w/ K&N Cold Air Kit, Home Base Delete w/ 1LE elbow, Impala SS springs and sway bars, MSD coil & wires, filled rear decklid courtesy of Dr. Sinister, 6-way Bonneville front buckets, Jegs catback dual exhaust, working on an Olds Bravada console.
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Last edited by BandGbodies; 02-23-2011 at 07:21 PM.