Mercury Gran Marquis 2004 turn signals no longer turn off automatically

2012JoJo
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Asked by Feb 10, 2014 at 01:21 PM about the 2005 Mercury Grand Marquis GS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The turn signals in my Mercury stopped turning off automatically, what is wrong?

3 Answers

yetilikesbeer
8,685

It's a small part in the steering column. Normally I'd say it was a DIY job but inexperienced people should not play with the air-bags. Get a quote. If you can live with the amount get it fixed.

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tuff4x4
17,125

Turn signal/multifunction switch. It can be changed without removing steering wheel. Take the covers off behind the steering wheel and it is held on by 2 torx bolts.

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2012JoJo
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Thank you - I will try it!

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