Electrical problem

Asked by Sep 23, 2017 at 07:05 AM about the 1993 Pontiac Grand Prix 4 Dr STE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Your right its not heres my question . My turn signals were not blinking just stayed solid now nothing then my radio and lock wwnt off radio turns on but only plays a sequence of beeps it will play cassette with beeps is this an expensive fix ?

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finding the problem is apt to cost as much or more than the actual fix, but who knows. My favorite starting point on these cars is the signal light flasher under the dash. The plastic one on my Oldsmobile broke and got partially crushed and caused all kinds of weird electrical problems on my car. Even if its not broken it sounds like you might need a new one.

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I'm not sure if its in the same place as on my Olds. You tube can probably help you on that one. I accessed mine by taking out the glove box. GM likes to put them in difficult to reach places for some reason.

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