13 problems related to turn signal switch have been reported for the 2000 Oldsmobile Alero.
Turn signal quit working. By playing with the hazard switch I was able to get the turn signals to work. I have noticed there was a recall for this problem. , but when I called the contact number for Oldsmobile they said there was no recall for my vehicle.
The contact owns a 2000 Oldsmobile Alero. The contact stated that the turn signal and hazard light buttons on the dashboard constantly switch. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and they stated that the repair would be costly. Through research, the contact found NHTSA campaign id number 03v327000 (exterior lighting:hazard flashing warning lights:switch). The manufacturer stated that the vehicle was excluded from the vehicle; however, the VIN was in range. The contact was informed that the vehicle would not be repaired according to the recall. The approximate failure mileage was 80,000 and current mileage was 91,499.
My signal/hazards have failed on my 2000 Oldsmobile Alero. A recall notice has been issued but apparently not for my car. My nearest service department, weber gm (63141), refuses to do any recall work due to the VIN not showing in their database. A call directly to gm seemed to resolve the issue, however the service department still will not comply and gm will not issue a recall notice for my automobile.
Consumer complained about hazard switch and turn signal switch problems which occurred intermittently. Manufacturer issued a recall for this make, model and year. However, this vehicle was not included in the recall due to VIN.
Turn signals did not work when making a turn. Consumer was not able to make other drivers aware that she was going to turn. Dealer changed the turn signal switch. A second dealer told the consumer that this model vehicle was on recall for that problem. However, this vehicle was not included in the recall due to VIN.
Turn signals do not work. I contacted manufacturer and they stated my VIN was not included in recall.
Recall 03v327000, concerning hazard warning switch. Intermittently the hazard flash warning lights and the turn signal do not work. Consumer's vehicle is not covered under the recall due to VIN. The flasher and hazard light failure had made it dangerous to drive the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to a mechanic. The mechanic tested the vehicle but indicated that everything appeared to be normal.
All four of my window regulators have failed within a period of 2 months, I have replaced 3 of the four, the left rear door still has not been replaced do to the cost of parts for this car, in adition, I have had to replace the front calipers, brake pads and rotors on this vehicle 2 times within a period of 1 year, just before the last time I replaced them, my rear calipers went out, they will engage, but will stay locked, only releasing after I drive for about 20 feet or so, I have also experienced problems with the security system activating itself and not allowing me to start the car for at least 10 minutes ( the time it takes the system to recycle itself). In adddition, my door pannels coverings are all coming separated accross the top of of them, again do to the cost, I have failed to replace them. Unfortunatly this happened before I knew that so many people where having problems with the Oldsmobile Aleros, so I did not retain the old parts.
Turn signals on my 2000 Oldsmobile Alero suddenly stopped working. I believe this is a common problem and think that Oldsmobile should pay to fix the broken switch.
I have a 2000 olsmobile Alero. The turn signal only works about 89% of the time. The manufacturer has redesigned the switch that fixed the problem but will not recall the switch. This is a serious safety issue and is in my opinion due to manufacturer defect. I have heard several other complaints of similiar problems at a yahoo webpage for Oldsmobile owners. Please follow with this and test, I feel the manufacturer should recall the equipment and be fixed.
Consumer states while driving the turn signal switch will go out, leaving the vehicle without a turn signal, almost causing an accident. Dealer contacted, part is on a national back order. This is the second time switch needed replacing. Ts.
Turn signals worked only intermittently, dealer replaced switch.
Intermittently turn signals malfunctioned. Dealer has inspected vehicle six times, and was not able to duplicate or correct problem.
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