Turn signals of one side stay on and don't flash. They stay on even when car is off!
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    Turn signals of one side stay on and don't flash. They stay on even when car is off!

    The turn signals on the left side of my car are acting weird. Once in a while they would stay stuck on and don't flash. Even after the car is turned off the turn signals would stay on without flashing. This also happens when I use the keyless remote to lock/unlock my car. Most of the times I would just get back to the car 2 hours later and hit the keyless remote a few times, and the signals would be turned off.

    I've pulled the signals relay switch behind the steering column, but that didn't do it as the signals would stay on.

    Any suggestions?
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    Turn the switch off located on top of the steering column

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex View Post
    Turn the switch off located on top of the steering column
    yup.

    you probably turned it on accidentally while cleaning around the instrument panel or steering wheel.
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    haha yea, had the same thing happen to me when I had my car in the body shop a few months back. Got a call at work saying my lights won't turn off, so I had to leave and go flip the switch on top of the steering column. It's not something you use very often, so it's not really the first thing you think of when that happens.
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    That would not cause only the left side signals to stay solid and not flash. I would also have them check the combination/Signal switch as well.
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