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On a 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder convertible the right turn signal will not turn off-on could be the flasher unit?


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2009-05-02 01:41:58
2009-05-02 01:41:58

I just had the left turn signal get stuck ON in my 1998 Eclipse GS. The right side won't flash at all, but the hazards both come on and start flashing. I've been doing some research online and found a forum at that seems to have some good advice. I'm guessing it will be the switch in the turn signal arm itself. I've tried unplugging the battery and turn signal relay behind the stereo, without success. Try looking at the turn signal switch itself, see if a small plastic piece may have broken off. 5-1-09 That was indeeed the problem on mine. I ordered part number MR277924 from the Mitsubishi dealer (came to $98 and something cents with tax), and the swap took all of three minutes, including getting the steering wheel covers back on. Works like a champ again now.


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