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Blinker lever not automatically disengaging

How do I get to the blinker lever? Can't figure out how to get the stearing wheel off. Best I can tell, the back half of the wheel might pop apart, but I'm not sure. Can't seem to get it to separate. Not sure if any other way to get to the blinker switch and replace it if I need to.
The blinker works left and right, but when you turn the wheel, it never turns off the blinker.

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  • lytesp33d May 24, 2009

    Isn't there a nut of some kind that holds it on? Or does it just pull off. I can't even seem to get any part of the cover apart on the wheel itself.

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You need to use a "steering wheel puller" to remove the steering wheel. You will not gain access to the turn signal switch without the steering wheel removed.

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  • its420_us May 24, 2009

    Your rating says fix it yourself with no help from me.

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