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PostSubject: Turning signal   12/31/2011, 2:19 pm

I have a 1970 VW Westfila camper van,dont know which way i should go about fixing the turning signals. When i got the van

They worked. Had to replace ingnextion switch, so when i removed the turning signal, must have not hooked it up right, the

emergency flashers still work, so do the running lights. Most places want any where from the cheapest $40 dollars per hr up to

$80 dollars per hr. to do electrical work. Min one hr and so it could easly cost 100 to 200 dollars to figger out whats up. So i

have thought about just replacing the switch it self with a new one mounted where ever and replace the fasher if need. Any

body got any ideals about this. I live in Lakeland Fl. So havent found any honest repair persons or shoppes that u dont get

raped by. I know, I know their are some honest ones out their but how do u find them wiith out getting screwed???
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PostSubject: Re: Turning signal   12/31/2011, 5:56 pm

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I use Baggerly's VW in Tampa. His name is Kenny, and has always been fair to me. He has a good business and does great work. There is also Terry at Sundance in Plant City who is also very good. Sundance would be a little closer for you. I'm sure other people here can help you out too.
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