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The left turn light is switched on and is not turning off even though the car is not started yet. It is draining the battery. It is probably short circuited. how should i turn it off? The car is Hyun

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To turn it off until it is repaired go to the fuse box under the dash board and pull off the cover. On the back of the cover or on the fuze box itself are the functions of fuzes in the car. Simply pull the fuse for the turn signal...but that does not completely solve your problem, it just saves your battery! You can't drive the vehicle legally without working turn signals! Get it fixed!!!

Posted on Jan 01, 2013

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  • japneet Jan 01, 2013

    The fuse box doesn't contains turn light fuse. I even tried removing all the switches one by one. Could it be located somewhere else?

  • Leigh Perlmutter
    Leigh Perlmutter Jan 01, 2013

    There is another fuse box under the hood that usuallcontains only engine fuses and relays...sorry!

  • japneet Jan 01, 2013

    The other fuse box also didn't helped as well. I called a service center and the technician found the problem in Auto-Cop wiring unit. Its working now. Thanks to all for help. Cheers and happy new year

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