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turn signal stalk not working properly?


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Hi, sorry if someone already posted about this issue but im not entirely sure what keywords to search up. Basically my turn signal stalk doesn't seem to want to stay on the up (turn right) and basically pops back to the neutral position. If i have it down (left) then the signal stays but refuses to go back to neutral when i steer to the counter direction. it feels like something on the inside is stuck but doesn't really feel like it's broken. could someone shine some light to my problem? thank you so much

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Sorry, but it is broken and the only fix is to replace the stalk.

AHH. thats what i was afraid of. so is the stalk a single unit or is it stuck with the windshield wiper and the cruise control? thanks for the quick reply

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I think a couple of folks have successfully swapped just the turn signal switch from the stalk - but it was a lot of trouble.

Porsche only sells the complete (with your options) stalk - might be a good time to upgrade to the stalk with the OBC control too.

Turning the OBC on is easy with the proper tool.

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I think a couple of folks have successfully swapped just the turn signal switch from the stalk - but it was a lot of trouble.

Porsche only sells the complete (with your options) stalk - might be a good time to upgrade to the stalk with the OBC control too.

Turning the OBC on is easy with the proper tool.

i actually have been thinking of doing it for quite some time, but don't know how much the dealership is going to charge me. ~_~ unfortunately i live in canada so i can't take advantage of the work on car days you guys have over there. thanks a lot btw for all the help. Just hope it doesn't break again after i change it.

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