Buick Century
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What is wrong when only one turn signal does not flash on a Buick Century but stays on and the other works fine and both hazards work fine?

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2005-10-30 00:44:10
2005-10-30 00:44:10

Check your bulbs, most of the time if you have a bad bulb, the side with the bad bulb will stay lit, and not flash, but the other will work fine, your hazards should work, unless you drive a 72 nova

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