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Old 04-14-2014, 01:24 PM
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Hi Dan,

I initially had the same problem with my right turn signal. It worked but then when I put the steering wheel on it stopped working. I then tried having the steering wheel on loosely and the right turn signal worked fine until I tightened the steering wheel - then it wouldn't work. I finally figured out that by having a small space between the steering wheel and the column assembly the problem went away. I spoke with Bob about this and, although I'm not sure the problem made sense to him, he suggested loosening the lower steering column bracket and pulling the shaft out just a bit. That's what I did - literally just 1/32". That solved the problem.

As strange as this may sound, it would be easy enough to remove the steering wheel and see if your signal works.

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