How To Install Replace PART 1 Turn Signal Wiper Switch Chevy GMC Pickup Truck 88-98 1AAuto.com



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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, damaged, faded, worn or faulty turn signal stalk, high beam and wiper switch. You will need a steering wheel puller, but after that it is pretty basic and straightforward. This video is applicable to all Chevy and GMC pickup trucks from 95, 96, 97, and 98 plus carry-over models for 99 and 00 plus all Tahoe Yukon Suburban for 95 to 99 plus Tahoe Z71 and Yukon Denali for 2000.

✔ List of Auto Parts from 1AAuto.com Related to This Repair:

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🔨 List of Tools Used in this 1AAuto.com How-To Video:

• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 10mm Socket
• 4mm Socket
• 8mm Socket
• 5/16 Inch Socket
• T25 Torx Driver
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• 1/4 Inch Wrench

🔧 Instructions:

1. Disconnect the battery. 1:08
2. Disable the airbag 1:15
3. Remove the airbag 1:35
4. Disconnect the horn 2:10
5. Remove the steering wheel. 2:19
6. Remove the lower panel 3:03
7. Remove the steering column cover 3:45
8. Remove the plate under the steering column 5:20
9. Remove the old switch 5:45

⚠ DISCLAIMER:
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48 Comments

  1. You can get the top of the multi function switch cover off by prying off the thumb & finger wings off of the switch. Yes it will snap back on when you are done.
    Also, you do not have to pull the Steering wheel to replace the multi function switch, but you will need a T-25 Torx driver shaped like an Allen Wrench to remove and replace the bottom screw holding the multi function switch in place.

  2. thanks a whole bunch for the instructional videos for replacing the multifunction switch. It saved me mucho $$$;  $120/hr  (would have been about 2.4 hrs according to GM dealer) and either $528.68 OEM for new GM Multifunction switch or $389.04 After market. Total would have been 816.60 or 676.99 PLUS the diagnostic fee of 99.95. Holy cow!!. The hardest part was removing the air bag; I pulled the steering wheel but bought a cheap made in China puller that bent & the tip of the center bolt got messed up but luckily I pulled on the wheel hard enough to remove it. Needles to say you get what you pay for… I did find out how to remove the ignition switch key part because the mechanic at the GM dealer broke off the screw hole on the top column cover! After spending time removing the ignition switch & trying to glue that broken piece everything went smooth.Again, I really appreciate you putting up this video.

  3. Good video. Doesn't answer every tiny little question, but gives most of the info needed to save a boatload of money. Repair shop quoted about $725, over $400 of which was the part itself. I got the switch on ebay for $37 and spent about 4 hours switching it out. Not an easy job, since the work is under the dash and a cramped space, but worth it in the end. I used videos from the same guys to do a front brake job also on my '99 Suburban and it saved me several hundred $ too. Good job and thanks for the videos!

  4. you guys rock! great step by step guide on replacing parts, really appreciate it and keeping my 1996 K1500 in good shape! Love to see one on swapping the engine for a HT383, you guys should sell that as that's my next big project, 250,000 miles and still going strong, but I'd like more power.

  5. First let me say, this video was a big help. With that said you don't have to pull the steering wheel to change the switch. I was able to get to both torx screws on the switch without removing the wheel.

  6. I recently replaced my idler/ pitman arms, and I must have bumped it and my steering wheel if off to the left by a few inches. Can I do this to straighten it back center again? Thanks for the video, and your time.

  7. My new switch is installed, but i noticed a problem. While on cruise control, occasionally, when i activate the right (and only the right) turn signal it disengages the cruise control. Also not sure if it's related, but about 6 months-1 year later my wipers started working only intermittently and now they only work on high. Related?

  8. I have a 1995 chevy 1500 I bought this truck and the guy gave me a new multifunction switch with it. The guy I bought it from tried to replace he but couldn't figure it out. And when he did he never reconnected the cruise control. I replace the switch now according to your video but I can't figure out where is the cruise control wire is supposed to plug into it. I watch the video but it's kind of hard to see. Can you tell me where it's supposed to plug in to.
    Thanks cole

  9. Thanks for posting, Mike. It was a big help.

    A few comments:

    – The hint to twist and pull on the horn wire connector, and the information about the cruise control clip lock, were particularly helpful. There was nothing intuitive about those connections. (On the latter, it would have been helpful to be a trapeze artist contortionist with half-inch fingers.)

    – Great idea, using the 4mm socket to deal with the goofy "male Torx heads" that secured the upper portion of the plastic housing.

    – My steering wheel came off so hard I was afraid I'd break the puller. I added some penetrating oil and a few moderate hammer taps, then let it sit while I dismantled the rest. Then it finally came loose. For reassembly I put some anti-seize compound on the shaft to make it easier next time.

    – Rather than use a socket to remove the top Torx screw that secured the switch, I was able to bend the upper plastic housing a little and stick a regular (screwdriver-like) Torx driver down through the hole for the hazard switch.

    All in all, the job was a royal pain — but it could have been a lot worse without your video. Thanks again!

  10. I managed to remove the 2 screws of the turn signal switch without removing the steering wheel, but the turn switch wont come out, is necesary to remove the steering wheel o something else? or there is another screw i missed up? or maybe the turn signal lever got stuck with something? any idea?

  11. Could the multi-function switch be the cause of my brake lights flicking? As I push on the pedal the brake lights work, however, the more I push on the brake pedal I get no brake lights. Replaced brake pedal switch.

  12. I know this video isn't to far off of what I am looking for. I can't find a video on the 98 GMC Steering Column Shift Mechanism. What I can only assume is cast aluminum broke into 2 peices. Have you ever though of making a video on something like that? I have found 1 video but it was for a ford car. Thank you for all you videos you guys are great.

  13. On my 91 GMC 2500, when I turn on the brights, they start to turn on then all lights in the truck go dead, instrument, markers, brake lights, EVERYTHING.  I can't figure out where to start! I've had a couple close calls with trees when it decides to do this to me in the dark.

  14. Stephen Bundy
     
    Hi, I have a 2000 chevy camaro, when I turn my turn signals on the arrows don't show up and the lights don't blink on the back or the front. I saw that there was no relay switch hooked up under the dash. I put a new relay in And tried to start the car and it would take a while to turn over, almost what the symptoms would be if I needed a new battery. After the car starts the fuse for the turn signals is burnt. Once I take the relay out the car starts like normal but still obviously no signals. Please help!!

    You may want to take a look at that circuit to see if there's a frayed or pinched wire, that may be blowing the fuse. Hope this helps you out. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393

  15. Hi, I have a 2000 chevy camaro, when I turn my turn signals on the arrows don't show up and the lights don't blink on the back or the front. I saw that there was no relay switch hooked up under the dash. I put a new relay in And tried to start the car and it would take a while to turn over, almost what the symptoms would be if I needed a new battery. After the car starts the fuse for the turn signals is burnt. Once I take the relay out the car starts like normal but still obviously no signals. Please help!!

  16. Very useful and detailed with video. Dealership wanted 800 bucks to do this parts and labor… I got a new switch online for 50 bucks and had the old one out and new one in in 3hrs… Yay 1 A Auto

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