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I am having a problem with my right turn signal in my 66 mustang coupe. Whenever i use it, and turn back to keep going straight the lever stays down and keeps the turn signal going. what could this be?

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Hi, under the steering wheel there is a sheath that has got a little lug on it that sticks up and as the turn signal is put on this puts a part on the turn signal arm to a point that when you turn straight again the lug on the sheath pushes the leaver back to its correct position, so in view of it, either the lug has broken off the sheath or your right hand side section of the turn signal arm is broken, to find out you will have to remove the steering wheel and check the sheath and the arm...hope this helps

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