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indicator problem
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me again. When i use the right indicator as it goes to cancel it out after turn a corner, it switches the left indicator on instead of cancelling it.
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#2
Mine does that too, luckily only occasionally. Was told you need to replace the entire stalk unit (someone please correct me if not!) which is not cheap, so decided to live with it for a while. But if it were doing it all the time would probably have to get it done :-(
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#3
A quick fix would be to immeadiatley make a left turn, no one would notice and the problem is then solved....simples ah ah.
Multispace 1.9D Mystery Machine.
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#4
Yeah! Mine has done that a couple of times.
Made me start doubting myself if I had turned on the correct indicator in the first place.
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#5
mine too
03 1.9DLX van
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#6
""you can handle it.""


Could try using hand signals...
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