Q: Left turn signal staying on

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The left turn signal light won't go off. New fuses and bulbs have been put in already.

It sounds like the multifunction switch in the steering wheel is bad and needs to be replaced. It is a common problem with these cars. I would suggest having a technician from YourMechanic come out and replace the multifunctioning turn signal switch.

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