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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Jan 19th, 01, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 67 camaro and i just got the original shifter installed into it. they had to make a neutral safety switch togo tto the shifter. Before I took my car to them i had all the lights blinkers etc. working(except for reverse and i couldnt get the flasher lights to flash, prob. bad flasher. Now that I have the car back he said he replaced, checked, fixed?? the instrument panel and everything worked from there. My problem is that the front blinkers do not work at all now... although right now i have taken out the headlamp switch to replace the old one i can not think of anything that may be wrong. I did a search and only found little info but did check to see if the flasher was on, but that wasnt it sigh... Please help...
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Jan 20th, 01, 04:15 AM
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If you paid someone to work on your car and now things don't work, I suggest you take it back. If the shop won't fix it then let the BBB and the BAR know about it. If you do end up making the repair yourself get a Camaro Assembly Manual before you start.

Grounding has been the biggest gremlin in my '69 and a bad bulb can really play havoc when you're trouble shooting. I would advise having all the components in place before trouble shooting. Running lights and turn signals are one and the same and the light switch may play a big part in this...

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