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Old 05-04-2008, 07:28 PM
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Turn Signal kicker

When I put my turn signal on and after I turn it doesn't kick back. I have to manually flick it back.

Diagnosis please?! :(
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Old 05-04-2008, 10:52 PM
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That's an interesting one mate. I notice with mine sometimes it doesn't kick back, but that's ususally on small radius curves, something like _/ if you get what I mean.
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i covered this in one of my help threads, you have to open up your steering column, in between your going to see a white covering in the middle where the steering rod is. It has a jigsaw shape, it connects to the turn signal retraction. You'll know what im talking about when you open it up
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Re: Turn Signal kicker

BUMPING because i've ran into the same problem.

anyone know how to fix it?
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i covered this in one of my help threads, you have to open up your steering column, in between your going to see a white covering in the middle where the steering rod is. It has a jigsaw shape, it connects to the turn signal retraction. You'll know what im talking about when you open it up

theres your answer--^

and if its a small curve like brash stated..it wont go back because it wasnt a full 90* turn
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Re: Turn Signal kicker

where's that thread your talking about? i can't find it.

EDIT, and i know about the not turning it all the way, i can wrap it all the way around and back and it wont turn off.
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Re: Turn Signal kicker

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i covered this in one of my help threads, you have to open up your steering column, in between your going to see a white covering in the middle where the steering rod is. It has a jigsaw shape, it connects to the turn signal retraction. You'll know what im talking about when you open it up
i remember that one! I was balls deep in the service manual trying to help you find a fix!

and you are right, it is that jigsaw shaped disc that can get offset.
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i remember that one! I was balls deep in the service manual trying to help you find a fix!

and you are right, it is that jigsaw shaped disc that can get offset.
LOL! yeah!! that was you that helped me, that was when i had a ghetto rigged horn LOL!!!
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