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weird acting turn signal

This is a discussion on weird acting turn signal within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i replaced the pass turn signal side bulb last weekend and know i noticed yesterday when i turn my head ...

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    Junior Member johnny 5's Avatar
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    weird acting turn signal

    i replaced the pass turn signal side bulb last weekend and know i noticed yesterday when i turn my head lights off they didnt go down right a way. i turned the switch again and they went down like normal. on the way home i hit the turn signal and it clicked weird like it was out but seemed weird, then the dash lights came on and radio clock was flashing with turn signal. strange any ideas?

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    Since you brought up the radio part I'm thinking it may be a BCM issue.

    Here is a link about that:

    I've never seen an issue between the headlight switch and the turn signal switch.

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