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The turn signal on my '84 Wing sometimes won't cancel on completing my turn. Will some WD40 fix it?
 

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LOL, WD40 and duct tape. :) I think I read something about this a while back in this site. If not, then I know that there is some threads about turning that feature off which might give you a clue as to how to fix it.
 

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WD40 might help in the short term but will probably gum things up in the long term.

I would try the local auto parts store and ask for contact clean/switch lubricant.

Or like me and others you could learn to live with it.
 

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How the switch lubricant applied? Do I take apart the assembly as I suspect and spray it onto the switch? is that all that's required?
 

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MoneyGuy wrote:
How the switch lubricant applied? Do I take apart the assembly as I suspect and spray it onto the switch? is that all that's required?
I would divide the halves and soak the switch with the cleaner if it worried me but as it doesn't I just live with it.
 

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I have had pretty good luck just spraying into the switch from where the lever is.
 

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I have had pretty good luck just spraying into the switch from where the lever is.
Spraying with what? The lubricant? :?
 
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