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2002 Chevy Malibu
yes, had water pump and radiator replaced 5/2013
left turn signal not working
A/C not working
yes, it is not the fuses
if it is # XXXXX what do i do? if it is a known failure, should the dealer be responsible? or what?
first replace the fuse and see if it blows right away, if it does you need to troubleshoot as to the cause. no the dealer will not be responsible.
known failure just means of all the repairs i researched that the most common was fuse 37 was blown. some times the circuits are designed to just handle enough amperage and as the car gets older more amperage is required to run the circuit and a fuse will blow