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I have a 2002 sterling flasher wont shut off. I have to pull the flasher to make it quit but I have no blinkers?

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    John Roman May 21, 2017

    I installed a new signal switch on the steering wheel still does it. Is there another relay before the 3 prong flasher?



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Most likely the switch is bad.

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