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Why does your 1989 Chevy beretta start smoking from the steering column when you use the turn signal?


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2011-09-14 00:13:49
2011-09-14 00:13:49

because there is a short circut occurring in the turn signal switch. This is not a minor problem, as it could lead to the car burning up, or the wiring harness being ruined. Take the care to an automotive electrical specialist immediately, and cough up what they will charge to fix it. No matter how much it is, it will be far less than what ignoring the problem will cost you.

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