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Old 10-14-2010, 06:53 PM
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Multifunction switch test

Driving home from work I applied my left turn signal. Right turn signal came on and would not shut off.
Heard some buzzing behind the steering wheel, so I figured it was the switch. Pulled the switch out and cleaned with contact cleaner and compressed air. Still not working. The shop manual says to refer to the wiring diagram cell 149 in order to test the switch.
Anyone have the wiring diagrams for 2003?
Any other ideas?
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