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I have been trying to figure out what the signal light stick is called and I want to fix it to where it stays down when I signal

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This is part of the turn signal switch cam plate in the steering collumn. Be carefull replacing this yourself. You'll need special tools to pull the sterring wheel and there other switches involved there. The plastic cam on the plate is broken or worn and needs to be replaced.

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