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1997 Neon~~smoke I pulled my car in this morning and noticed I had left my lights on. I went to turn them off and the switch was already off. I noticed smoke coming from the turning signal on the steering wheel. Can you gimmie some info please? Rhonda

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You need a new turn signal switch. since the brights toggle is in the same cluster it shorted and turned on the lights.

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There is a short in the steering column.You should have an auto electric shop have a look.

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