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Any tricks for signal light cancelling cam?


My signal light seldom cancels when I turn the one direction, maybe once in ten. Works fine the other direction. Have it apart now and everything looks intact, not much wear as I had put a new one in when I restored the car. When I turn it, it just wants to kick it about half the way back. Looks like I should be building something up to give it a little extra. Any solutions out there besides the obvious of trying another one. 



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It seems to me that someone posted about this while back and they had removed it, heated it up with a heat gun and gently reshaped it back to its original form.

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Will take a picture here later as I put a metal sleeve around it. Took a chunk of brake line and drilled it out, cut a slot, and then put it on giving it an extra 1/16". Metal shouldn't wear down as fast as plastic.

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image.jpgSo this is the little sleeve. Gives me that little extra height and shouldn't wear out. 



-- Edited by jmont64 on Wednesday 23rd of August 2017 09:27:21 PM

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nice repair hope it works for ya will put that in brain storage!

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Did you get a patent Jerel? Nice work!

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hawkeye5766 wrote:

Did you get a patent Jerel? Nice work!


 No patent, still in the testing stage.  I'm thinking 10-12 years of testing should suffice. 



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