Sounds like a bad bulb to me. Replace the left bulb. Or, put the right
(working) bulb in the socket of the left. If it blinks, you know it was the
bulb. If it doesn't blink, you may have another problem. I'm not familiar
with the LSS, but on my old Grand Prix's (a 1992 and a 1991), the turn
signal arrow on the instrument cluster would stay on if a bulb was blown.
It was a way of telling the driver that a bulb was blown.
Thanks for the input. I think I'm going to go ahead and replace all three
bulbs on that side. They all light up and flash with the hazards but just
won't flash on their own. The dash light does stay on just like your GP's.
The flasher is a two-wire deal and works for the other side, I can't see it
being the problem. Ah what the hell, I'll replace it too. They're cheap.
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