Oldsmobile Intrigue owners have reported 21 problems related to turn signal (under the exterior lighting category).
Fraudulent vehicle inspection & emissions done on a regarding 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue, purchase date, March 17, 2014. I have been back and forth between their approved shops and my usual mechanic taking an excessive time from work to try to get the repairs done. The car was found to have an issue with the fuel distribution, the front turn signals aren't firing which will require a replacement headlight assembly, and I was also told that the gas gauge sensor may need to be replaced. The oil light & check engine lights are also on. All these things I was assured would be repaired by sean finnery, the salesperson. He stated the inspection facility, PA station id#dl47, has been sending the vehicles to them partially inspected and they are aware of the issue. This vehicle "inspection" was on 3/4/14,and I believe this shop, and others like it, are knowingly defrauding consumers of this establishment.
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The contact owns a 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue. The contact noticed that the turn signal suddenly stopped working. Prior to the failure, he noticed that the signal would stop working occasionally. However, the failure is currently more persistent. The vehicle has not been diagnosed by the dealer. The current mileage was 66,116 and failure mileage was 65,000.
My left and right turn signals malfunction. They work sometimes intermittently and then total failure.
I own a 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue and I am experiencing a familiar problem with my turn signals as described in NHTSA action number ea02037. I have investigated this problem via Oldsmobile owner forums on the internet and have seen other owners of the Intrigue having the same problem. I am interested to know why gm didn't issue a recall to repair/replace these electrical problems on these vehicles as well as the ones listed on the NHTSA action number?.
Turn signal failure on a daily basis. I drive on a highway 80 miles a day. The turn signals may blink rapidly, normally, or not work at all. This can all occur within a few miles. However, when I took them to a repair shop, they could not duplicate the problem. This has been going on for over a year. I have also had to replace the air pump that pumps air into the emissions system twice, and it is still having problems. The car runs fine, but the engine light is on all the time. I also have the problem with the dimming lights which is caused by the air pump switching on and off.
Turn signals are intermittent. Sometimes they do not flash when the turn signal switch is activated. This applies to both left and right. This occurs randomly on different days, not just the single date I was forced to enter.
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For the last 2 years I have driven the car the turn signals will not work properly. Some times they will flash rapidly like I need to replace a bulb. However, more and more they just don't work at all. They will work most of the time when I first turn on the car in the morning, after that it is hit or miss. They use to work more often than not, and now they work less than they don't. I have taken it for service and found nothing wrong. I have cleaned/replaced the fuse (no. 8) in the engine compartment and cleaned the terminal. I have replaced every bulb. I had a '99 olds delta 88 that did the same thing before I traded it. This is very dangerous, especially if turning in front of another car at a stop sign. I have to use hand signals and many younger drivers have no idea what they mean. This is a family owned vehicle. I purchased it from my mother after driving it for about a year. She purchased it new from the dealership.
My rack and pinion went out on car. I was driving and suddenly could not make a left turn. Also my lights on my dash board come and go and my turn signals works when they want to. My head lights dim on and off at night .
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VIN 1g3wh52h91f236616: turn signals do not work all the time; intermittent failure. The will fail to work, then start working again a short time later, be good for a week or two, then fail again w/out warning. Dangerous as you can imagine.
Blinker/hazard lights not working. The hazard switch buzzes when the turn indicator lever is activated. Turn signals work approximately 30% of the time.
The right front turn signal/running lights continuously went out without warning. This was due to the same defect described in recall 04v547000 for the drl turn signal bulb replacement, but this make/ model was not included in the recall.
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Intermittently while driving at any speed turn signal and hazard lights did not work properly. The problem has occurred six times in the last four months.
The hazard switch on my 2001 olds Intrigue will not work all the time, and the turn signals work intermittently. These problems sometime occur simultaneously and make everyday driving unsafe.
3 problems. I think they are all electrically related. First, is one that has been noted on this site about the interior lights and headlamps dimming occasionally for long periods of time. Second is the right front blinker doesn't always blink when signaling, it just stays on. At least the interior turn signal blinks fast to indicate that a problem exists. Lastly, the engine has "misfired" on several occasions now causing the service engine soon light to come on. Now, this problem was "fixed" at the place I purchased the vehicle. A crankshaft position sensor was replaced. For 2 months this problem didn't occur. Now it occurs more and more frequently.
I own a 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue and the turn signal lights work intermittently or not at all. The mechanic couldn't find anything wrong with the lights when the car was put on the computer. According to consumer reports, it looks like the same problem occured in the 2000-2001 Oldsmobile alero. The only way I can get the turn signal lights to work again is by pressing the hazard warning switch twice. Sometimes this will make the turn signal lights work for a few minutes or up to a few weeks. What can I do from here?.
The hazard switch on my 2001 olds Intrigue will not work all the time,and the turn signals work on a off and on basis,just like the recent recall of the 2001aleros,grand ams,and others.
Engine and everything electrical stops instantly. Everything shuts off. During restart the vehicle cranks longer (5-6 seconds) before starting and misses for 3-4 seconds. Then runs strong as if nothing happened. Some times turn signals will stop working after a restart and other times the turn signals will stop working whether the vehicle stalled or not. At higher speeds (45mph +) the vehicle will frequently shut off but instantly come back on.
Turn signal malfunction - my car turn signal do not work either. The dealership did not know what the issue was and wanted to explore the electrical system .
The fan for the heat and air conditioning keeps failing to work, the front turn signal either burns out in 4 days or won't work at all even with professionally installed all new bulbs. The engine keeps running even when I remove the key from the ignition.
Steering rack has a clunking sound when when first moving car & turning the steering wheel plus is hard to turn. Parking lamp socket failed causing bulb to melt & fuse melted plastic inside of socket, which will not allow a replacement bulb to be replaced, bulb fails to light up for turn signals. Air conditioning is poor at best, will not cool car down.
Turn signal design flaw, signal does not turn off on most turns.
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|Turn Signal problems||
|Exterior Lighting problems||
|Hazard Flashing Warning Light Switch problems||
|Turn Signal Flasher Unit problems||
|Hazard Flashing Warning Light problems||
|Turn Signal Switch problems||
|Fog Lights problems||
|Hazard Flashing Warning Light Unit problems||
|Headlight Switch problems||