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Old 08-28-2010, 08:34 PM
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left turn signal fuse/relay issue?

i installed turn signal lens and im semi-color blind and tapped to a different colored wire and as a result i got a short. Now my left turn signal is not working. I was wondering if i should replace a relay or its just a fuse? Does anybody know the fuse # and location for left turn signal? My right turn signal is working fine....any help is appreciated and thanks in advance!
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Your fuse box with the fuse you are looking for is under your drivers side rear seat. It has a diagram with the fuse locations on the underside of the cover.
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And it's all diagrammed and listed in the Owner's Manual as well. If you bought the vehicle used and they cheated you out of one, we have PDFs under the "Resources" pull-down menu.

Many of the fuses are named poorly, like "TBC3", but the turn signal ones are OK.
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And it's all diagrammed and listed in the Owner's Manual as well. If you bought the vehicle used and they cheated you out of one, we have PDFs under the "Resources" pull-down menu.

Many of the fuses are named poorly, like "TBC3", but the turn signal ones are OK.
yeah found it. looks like its just the fuse. switch the good with the bad ones and i had turn signals back. however, i still dont have the rear one (maybe the bulb?) and i lost the side mirror lens function. Well, will deal with it tomorrow. Thanks!
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Just an update guys, so i took it to an Indy shop and dealer and compared the cost (not that much surprisingly) so i chose dealer. What happened? It was not the relay or the fuses, its the PCM that failed. It cost me $410 plus labor. I told myself, i ain't touching the electrical part anymore!
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OMG OUCH!
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Something doesn't sound quite right.

But I guess as long as it's fixed...
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Something doesn't sound quite right.

But I guess as long as it's fixed...
I know since i didn't explain it in detail. Right after i lost my left turn signal, the right turn followed, then the hazard, called OnStar and they said its not getting enough voltage. Then i lost my brake lights after that. These all happened in a span of few days, gradually like one at a time. I decided to take it to the dealer (10 miles away) and it died and wont start at all. Dealer thought it was the ignition switch and they replaced it, did not fixed the problem, next they suspected its the PCM and it turned out they were right. But since they installed the ignition switch already and it wasn't the problem, they just threw it in for free and not charge me at all.
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