Re: [DML] Turn Signal Snapback function
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Re: [DML] Turn Signal Snapback function

Hey Sean,

Yes...there is a ring that the steering wheel has to slide into in the proper position for the "snapback" function to work.  You have to be careful not to crush this when reinstalling the steering wheel.  If you haven't crushed it already, you can test it out by removing the wheel...setting the turn signal, and then spinning the ring to find the right position for it, so that it shuts off both the left and the right signal arm.

Good luck,
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "seanhagan" <seanhagan@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2005 11:46 AM
Subject: [DML] Turn Signal Snapback function

>I recently had to replace the turn signal appratus, as the wiperswitch 
> control arm had been broken. I purchased a new setup from one of the 
> vendors along with the lower portion of the steering column, and have 
> found that when I put back on the wheel, (it was off by about 20 
> degrees at the time) that the snapback function did not function. I 
> thought that this was normal, although now that I look back it used to 
> work. Initially I thought it was due to the fact that the steering 
> wheel was off at the time. I pulled the steering wheel again, and 
> straightened it out (now I am only off by about 5 degrees now) Did I 
> miss something when I put the turnsignal/wiper control arm appratus 
> on? I did not have any leftover parts when complete. Is there 
> something I need to hook to the steering wheel itself? 
> Thanks
> Sean

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