Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Northfield, Illinois
From working on these cars for about 50+ years, some with OEM springs worked Ok, and some were iffy, others did not self cancel at all. This was a known characteristic, as well as broken springs on the top drivers hinge doors on all Giulietta and Giulia Spiders. It's just the way it was. Today, with a new spring, and some test trials, the turn signal assembly might be made less problematic. I'm pretty sure when these cars were initially assembled, the turn signal self-cancel issue was considered a significant failure. After all, some actually DID work!
for 50 years, I've been satisfied mine has self-cancelled much of the time, and the rest if the time, one left hand finger takes care of the "problem".
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