All of a sudden my left turn signal would not turn off. It is continually on unless I turn the right turn signal on. Hazards=on / turn enging off & restart = still on / Turn wheel all the way right = on / all the way left = ON !!! Do I call an exorcist


Asked by Sep 22, 2007 at 12:12 AM about the 2002 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 320 Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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one of two things is going on here.#1 turn signal switch has broken causing a short within switch.#2 you have got a short in your steering column. ether way i would recomend you go to dealership to get fixed .(not a real easy d.i.y)

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YES. But really, it's a bad switch, or a bad control module. There are about 5 little computers throughout the car that have various functions tied together and sometimes they just go bad.

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when I try to start car it will click one time. if i take key out and again it will do same thing. does anyone know whats going on?


Friends, In my particular case the faulty "combi-switch". Total after part/test/labor = $343.69. Thanks crazzy450r and 18TandSVT your trouble shooting was accurate.

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