Most recently my 2005 Grand Prix decided to start flashing its high beams when ever it felt like it.
After some basic trouble shooting, I discovered the turn signal switch was defective.
As most people do, I turned to my trusty service manual.
Much to my Surprise, I discovered a very lacking "take it off, Put it back on" description.
I Googled and Forum hopped searching for a simple "How To" but found nothing specific to my year.
This motivated me to make my first Instructable.
Step 1: Gather your supplies
1. Screwdriver with removable bits
2. 90 degree ratcheting screwdriver
4. Two plastic cards
5. The new combination switch
I bought my switch from RockAuto.com. http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/moreinfo.php?pk=505758&cc=1431256
I opted for the AC Delco switch. I figured the factory switch lasted for 155XXX miles, so why not replace it with with another Delco switch
Now the ratcheting screw driver model I have is old, however the the part number is still valid with Craftsman just the head head slightly changed. http://www.craftsman.com/craftsman-3-pc-bit-wrench-set-ratchet-screwdriver/p-00941716000P