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i just replace my steering wheel column in my chevy caprice 84 and my blinkers was working just find but now my left side blinker just stop working dont make the sound are light up on my dash board plus i need to reconnect some wire but dont know where they go?? any idea for some help

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i just replace my steering wheel column in my chevy caprice 84 and my blinkers was working just find but now my left side blinker just stop working dont make the sound are light up on my dash board plus i need to reconnect some wire but dont know where they go?? any idea for some help
Did you check to see if any of the left side bulbs had burned out?
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The replacement column may have a bad TS switch.
See the attached schematic wiring diagram showing wire colors and what they do.
GM wire colors are almost always the same throughout the models.

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