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My turn signal stays on in my 2001 f150 wondering if it could be the flasher

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The turn signal opperation is through what is called a multifunction switch. i.e. the switch usually does the indicators and the head lights or basically more than just the indicators.

If the indicators when they are on are flashing, then its not the flasher unit itself for sure but more likely to be a problem with the contacts and wear in the multifuction switch on the steering column.

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