Buick Roadmaster: Turn Signal Switch Replacement

Buick Roadmaster: Turn Signal Switch Replacement

In a previous video https://youtu.be/5dHnnnQytns I had a look at a Buick Roadmaster that had no high beams and no brake lights. It’s now time to swap out the turn signal switch and see if all the brakes lights work again. -Enjoy!

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Roger Jogers says:

Your awesome

Jojo Dancer says:

Hello sir, I have a 96 buick roadmaster and my gas guage not working. New fuel pump new step motors. Press the brakes and the gas guage move to full please help!!

Steve says:

Great job! That is NOT easy to work on like you did.

Robin Sattahip says:

What a miserable job to do.

MoparDan says:

Wow, that was some real surgery Eric O. and your assistant Mrs. O. You fixed that turn signal switch properly. I have fixed YouTube for my use by adding Adblock Plus and Adblock for YouTube so that I am not annoyed by the Goddamn commercials!

Mother Fucker says:

It would be wonderful if you put the year make and model of your project in the title!!!

keltecshooter says:

Thanks for the trip down memory lane

Mr D says:

33:30, Yabba, Dabba, Doooo!!!

Jim Bos says:

I'll tell you exactly how I would do it Eric. I would drive to New York, and take it to South Main Auto. Whew, you need to say, If I can do it, don't you even try it.

nonya biz says:

I may have just put a external blinker switch and left the crap broken in the column. It was my car so no harm no foul. A It was. 1970 Plymouth Fury 2. My baby got hit by a speeding grain truck and spun the car 360 into a ditch. The old girl was still running. I bent the fender back away from the wheel and tire and drove her hone. The truck drive drove into my lane. Those old cars were sturdy as hell.

Zach_Waltonn says:

I just wish for a relationship like yall have XD yall are something else

Hat Bird says:

Its getting PERSONAL.

Also I really want to buy this model car

Rick Deckard says:

Not liken the egg breath first thing, huh?!!


Super helpful!! I have to replace my signal cancellation cam tower( horn button). 2000 Sunfire. Thx Eric.


I am critical of the concern I have about how perfectly you did this job. It's not nothing for me to do as you asked S.M.A. for life!!

Michael Knorr says:

Old cars were complicated for different reasons. Try a1968 pontiac Gto. I've done quite a bit, related to a restoration.

mopac88 says:

Shouldn't that thing be in the crusher by now?

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