Ralph wrote:JulianBrown wrote:Right. Before I convert my 90 to 100% manual indicator cancelling can I have one last go!
My old steering wheel has a pressure fit metal collar with 2 prongs pointing downwards towards the floor. My new 14" wheel has a similar arrangement except that it has 2 metal pins pushed into holes on the underside of the boss instead of the metal collar.
The prongs/pins fit into 2 apertures on a plastic disc which is located on the steering column below the splines which fit into the boss.
Even with the prongs/pins fitted correctly into the apertures and whether I use my old wheel or the new one my indicators still cancel IMMEDIATELY I begin to turn on a right hand turn.
I have noticed that the plastic disc with the 2 apertures rotates freely and has an arrow moulded into it.
Is there a way to get my self-cancelling working properly or should I just give up, as mentioned above, and rely on manual cancelling?
put the arrow to point to the indicator stalk & operation should be restored to as LR intended.
Sounds too good to be true, but I'll have a go at the weekend!