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Brights stuck on along with turn signal

I got into my car. Turned it on, than noticed that my turn signal was on along with my my brights. I ve tried to turn my brights off but they wont shut off. My turn signal works when i flip it to the other side to turn but when i turn it goes back to the other side and stays on. Im not sure what happened. It was fine before i turned it off.

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Short in the turn signal switch. Should cost around $75 to replace and about 20 minutes.

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