Roger Furnival: Excellent video and all the comments are spot on. Do you sell replacement component for 96 S-10 without cruise control. I saw your reply below about NOT cutting the wires.
daisy pirela: I do not have words to thank you for your help. I'm 56 years old and I was able to change the part without any help, only your video. I am a fan of your work. I will recommend your company and I will for sure doing business with you in the future. Once more thank you.
carol bellinger: i wanted to say thank you... I DID IT... who says women are dumb about cars......It fixed everything on a 1999 blazer.. fit perfect
carol bellinger: i believe i can do this.. I took it apart,, lol
Marco: Thank you so much! Worked for my 1997 Chevy S10.
Gail Aivazoff: just finished changing out the multifunction signal arm on my 2001 Jimmy. signals work again.....thanks so much. however....truck doesn't want to stay running and i can't get the ignition key out now :( oh by the way...i'm a 59 year old woman :) so thanks for the accurate video.
Firstname Lastname: Great video! Thanks, Mike.
I replaced the turn signal switch on my '99 Jimmy because the old one had killed the left brake light (great design, GM). The wiring was a little different than the video, but it was just a matter of plugging in the new wires to match where the old wires were unplugged and it worked fine.
One thing -- I found a 4mm six-point socket (or presumably a 4mm nut driver) to be a good substitute for the E5 star bolt socket. There isn't a lot of torque involved, as the fastener screws into a piece of plastic.
Ukuleleguy: Absolutely fantastic! Ok, it tool longer than the 12 minute video but it came out and went in just as you said :-) , really great! Hey - I think I'm gonna start buying from you!
Adam Stiver: worked great for 97 chevy blazer, thank you
Abu Cisse: Good video. When I turn my blinkers on my wipers come on and won't go off so I think this is something I will need to be looking into soon. Thanks I will definitely rewatch this video.
mudmonsterchevy89: I have 98 jimmy and when I went to change the multifunction switch the green plug that is supposed to be on the steering column that wasnt shown how to get to it in the video was dangling and I cant find a place to plug it in at.
D Rock 75: Great video! I hope I don't have to, but if I do have to replace it I'm referring to this video for sure! My '96 Jimmy is having an issue where the blinkers light up but stay on instead of blinking. The hazard lights blink life they're supposed to. Can you point me in the right direction, please?
turbinesnake: Just want to thank you for your video on how to replace the multifunction turn signal switch my 2ooo jimmy the flasher was clicking and when i would turn the wipers on or the high beam the clicking would stop.thanks for the video it made the job a breeze thanks again.....
devin63091: Can the multi-function switch have an affect the brake lights also?
Mark W: I followed this video step for step to replace the turn signal arm on my GMC Sonoma. This video is dead accurate with every step and every bolt size. Good info on how to do the job correctly. Thanks
Sunfleur1988: Awesome! Thanks for sharing/showing your knowledge! Going to do my switch on my 98 Blazer myself thanks to this video! Just subscribed!
billyfrmhill: What does the green plug do at 5:30?
billyfrmhill: If my vehicle does not have cruise control can I just cut the green and black wires?
El Matador: Thanks, step by step, super helpful!!!
Jose Andaverde: Will this be the same process for a 95 GMC Sierra
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