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1994 Plymouth Colt Vista, left turn signal does not stop flashing

Left turn signal keeps flashing even though column switch returned to center. And when put to right turn the switch is still flashing for left turn.
I'm using my Chrysler Corporation Colt Vista shop manual, the Electrical volume which is separate, begins page 8-218 and 8-219 to try to diagnose.
From this info I'm thinking to replace "Turn Signal and Hazard Flasher Unit". This is the replaceable plug-in unit located just behind interior drivers side fuse block. Perhaps least cost to replace and easiest to try?
Or, do you think it is more likely to be the steering column mounted "Column Switch"? But can I also somehow set off the air bag trying to access this?
Thanks for any help. Please see email address below, or my phone is 330-774-2264, my name is Mike.

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  • sunnidasz May 22, 2009

    Brought the car to my mechanic and they discontinued the part. He has had the car for 8 days and is still looking for a replacement, anyone know if there is a cross over or codes to fix???

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