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Old 03-12-2014, 03:26 PM   #1
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Hey guys! I just have one small problem and I'm not sure how to fix, my left blinker works perfectly fine when I finish my turn it turns off but my right blinker doesn't turn off any ideas on how to fix this? It would be much appreciated!
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Old 03-12-2014, 04:07 PM   #3
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did you check the blinker fluid?
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There are tabs on the switch. When the steering wheel turns back it contacts the tabs and "cancels" the blinkers. Most likely broken.

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There are tabs on the switch. When the steering wheel turns back it contacts the tabs and "cancels" the blinkers. Most likely broken.

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If its what mat cox said, then it's replacing the switch and wiring harness, it's an easy fix. But if the tabs are not broken then your steering wheel could be off center and the switch is.not being disengaged on one side.
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I replaced the switch in my 68 and the one that came (Scott Drake) was really cheesy and it still doesn't cancel. I made sure that the tabs are both in and the clip I ordered with it to replace the one at the bottom doesn't click in.

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I would take the wheel off and turn the little plastic ring by hand and see if it cancels left and right
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