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2000 Oldsmobile Silhouette Turn Signal Light Assembly TYC

P311-0CD35D0    W0133-1843182  New

TYC Turn Signal Light Assembly
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2000 - Oldsmobile Silhouette
1999 Oldsmobile Silhouette Turn Signal Light Assembly TYC

P311-53CA0D7    W0133-1843181  New

TYC Turn Signal Light Assembly
  • NSF Certified
  • Right
Brand: TYC
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1999 - Oldsmobile Silhouette

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Question From jima4624 on turn signal

i have a 1998 oldsmobile intrigue and the rear turn signal flash fast and the front just stay on not blinking but the rear blink real fast like a bulbs out but there not replaced flasher and some thing any help would be great thanks

Response From Hammer Time

There is probably a ground problem in the front somewhere.

Response From jima4624

i think i check the grounds but not sure if they were the ones for the turn signals i thought the front and back had a common ground if you can direct me to the front turn signal grounds it would be great this is driving me alittle bit crazy thanks

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That's not the way to find out if you have a ground problem. Just tap into the black wire at the light and manually ground it to see if it does anything.
If your brake lights are working OK, the rear ground should be good.

You also might want to check the bulbs and make sure you don't have the wrong bulbs in there.

Response From jima4624

not a ground or bulb its the socket both socket were a little melted on the inside from what i understand thats a common problem

Response From jima4624

yes the rear brake lights work fine all the lights work fine its just the turn signals the back work but blink fast and the front just stay lit like they want to blink but dont

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Question From loganm1983 on Turning signal!

1994 Oldsmobile 88 Royale 73000 miles

When I engage my right tuning signal it no longer blinks but stays on solid until disengaged. Used to work fine but I don't know if this -20 F wheather in Iowa is taking its toll on my car...

Response From bruceg

turn signals are run in series, front to back, if you have a bulb that is bad on one side, it is possible to loose everything on the front and back of the vehicle, check all the bulbs, front and back to see if one is blown, if all are good, then replace your flasher, but probably a bad bulb.

Response From loganm1983

OK I have an update, i thouroughly checked all signal lamps. When I turn on the hazards everything works fine. Left turning signal front and back lamps work fine. The right turning signal gives me nothing in the front and back lamps. And when right signal is engaged the dash light stays lit solid.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Have you checked the flasher, yet? Neither front or rear right turn signal blinks with turn signal, correct? Still sounds like a flasher problem. It's possible that it could be the switch, but need to eliminate the flasher, first.
It's only happened to me a couple of times, but could be a faulty bulb, where one filiment is lying across the other. Drove me nuts, the first time. So, inspect the bulbs carefully, too.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Logan; Of course, the first thing to do is check to make sure the outside lamps are working. It's not uncommon for 1/2 of the turn signal flasher to take a dump. The four-way flasher and the turn signal flasher are two different units and are identical. The four way is usually the one plugged into the fuse box. The turn signal flasher is usually 'hidden' under the dash, usually on the driver's side. If one side blinks, you can turn it on that side and listen for the click to locate it. Then, just swap the flashers to confirm.

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Question From revolver693 on Fuse Block and Turn signal reay

Hi, I recently puchased a 1991 Oldsmobile cutlass supreme with a 3.1 liter V-6 with 75.000 miles on the odometer. I do not have a Owners manual as of yet and would like to know the location of the dashboard lights fuse and the turn signal relay ( Blinker). The left turn signal doesn't work although the right signal does. additionally the temperture control cluster lights do not come on and the dimmer slide switch, (reostat) isn't working. I suspect it may be a blown fuse or fuses.

Response From revolver693 Top Rated Answer

thanks for your reply, I'm sure I'll find the information helpful.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

The instrument cluster lamp fuse is #5 (10A); The turn signal flasher should be to the right of the steering column, under the dash. If you turn the right turn signal on, you should be able to listen to the clicking and locate it by that. (Be sure all lamps are working. If a lamp is burned out, the remaining one will illuminate, but won't blink). It is possible that one side of the flasher can go bad.