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I just noticed this after having my 2005 Grand Marquis valet parked but it may just be a coincidence: When I use my turn signals the hazard flashers come on instead of the turn signal. Any suggestions?

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My 98 did about the same thing ended up replacing the turn signal switch on the steeering column

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