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Hello all,

For about a year now, my turn signal stalk would kind of move slightly on its own, accompanied by an annoying clicking sound when turning the steering wheel. It was just a mild annoyance until today, when the left turn signal started staying on permanently unless I put a slight upward pressure with my left hand while driving.

Came across this thread:


but it only covers when the turn signal is stuck on, does not mention the clicking issue when the wheel’s being turned.

Other forums suggest it could be a broken turn signal cancel cam, but I haven’t been been able to find anything Commander specific (they were other Jeep models). Some forums also mention it could be some $500 spring that needs replacing…

Will replacing the turn signal stalk unit fix my issue? Or is it a cancel cam issue or both? Anyone got any links to replacing the cancel cam and/or the spring?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Ivan covers replacing the stalk in this video, the assembly looks like a generally easy replacement since its all one unit

 

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Ivan covers replacing the stalk in this video, the assembly looks like a generally easy replacement since its all one unit

Thanks! So it’s safe to assume there is no cancel cams in commanders?
 

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Thanks! So it’s safe to assume there is no cancel cams in commanders?
I've never heard the term "cancel cams" associated with Commanders before @jj248t , so, I'm guessing not.

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