Question about Heating & Cooling
First thing to chek is all the bulbs- ohm them out to make sure they're good. If all of them are good, the turn signal switch is inside the steering column, and it will have to be accessed to see what the problem is. It's probably broken, and stuck in a shorted position, but the problem will have to be troubleshot. It's not an easy job getting the steering wheel apart unless you've done it before, and things can fly all over when you loosen the main nut. There could also be some pinched, shorted wiring, or a bad processor control, or a faulty fuse box, or any combination, at the worst case.
Chances are it's the switch , but it's strange that it isn't flashing, and you'll just have to grab a voltmeter/ohmmeter and check out the voltages, and make sure you don't have any broken grounds.
I can't remember too many particulars about replacing the switch since it was years ago, but I remember it was a difficult task, being the first time.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
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