I do not have any but clarifying the vehicle will help others help you.
My 8 way power seat switch is also not working on some positions but I have never gotten around to doing anything about it.
What is the issue with the turn signals?
The pod switches have been an issue for years, however, the T/S switch runs through the headlamp switch, this means that the issue may not be the T/S switch, but could be with the T/S switch to headlamp switch connection/connector or the headlamp switch itself.
I was able to diagnose the circuit and repair a faulty ground circuit on the PCB.
If you like I can send you the TS switch diagnostics on Monday when I get home.
These are the part #'s I came up with for a 92 G-Body.
1)6 Way Power Seat Switch W/Recliner - 4373846
(Wing and Lumbar are separate switches located in the seat bolster)
2)2 Gang Power Window Switch - 4373359
(Power Seats and Windows are separate switches)
3)Headlamp Switch W/Foglamps - 4373696
4)Turn Signal Switch - 4565032
Part #4565130 is the Combo Window/Seat Switch W/Bezel.
I have it all, in pdf. Full exploded views with chrysler part numbers. The real deal. Appears to be all cars and trucks from 1982 to 1996. If anyone needs a part number or an exploded view just let me know. For example, the 1990 passenger car pdf file (just THAT year) is 1468 pages...
1992 Catalog, Group 8 Electrical, Page 196, Figure 8-230 (Switches G-Body), Images D, G, M, P
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