Q: Signal light does not turn off

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The signal light does not turn off.

The combination lights in the rear are known to take on water, due to defective seals. This could short the light socket, and a light may stay on. I recommend having a mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, inspect your turn signal lights to see if water has been, or is currently in, the lights and is shorting the sockets out.

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