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    Default Cancel signal lights manually?

    On my 2002 RT 10 and the old 94 RT10 the signal light lever does not cancel out as good as it does in most cars. In short after I have made my turn and or lane change I need to be aware that it may still stay flashing and I need to cancel it manually.

    Is there a way that this can be adjusted?

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    Default Re: Cancel signal lights manually?

    MY '01 is the same way. I think the multi function switch - that lever you flip up or down - fits many vehicles like a Cherokee etc. It could be the steering ratio on a Viper is different and there is just not the same amount or needed amount of steering wheel rotation. Try power sliding around corners for a bit and see if that helps. Report back if you can!

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    hmmm, I'm always power sliding. Maybe thats the problem.............

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    Default Re: Cancel signal lights manually?

    I thought Gen I's didn't have self-canceling turn signals? Gen II's do, but mine does the same--if the turn is too soft, I have to turn it off myself.

    Such a burden, owning a Viper.

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    Default Re: Cancel signal lights manually?

    "....if the turn is too soft, I have to turn it off myself."

    That pretty much describes my daily driver (08 Caddy) as well...haven't really noticed it in any of the Vipers...but maybe I'm too busy.

    Anyway, around here, the "signal light lever " most frequently used seems to be a finger.

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    Default Re: Cancel signal lights manually?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve-Indy View Post
    ...but maybe I'm too busy.
    Get outta my lap you...




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    Default Re: Cancel signal lights manually?

    Oh man, I expect the edit feature to used soon...

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    Default Re: Cancel signal lights manually?

    Hey, if Chad can drive his RT with 3 Hooter's gals in there with him, then maybe Steve has similar skills?

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    "Skills" or "skillz"?

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    Default Re: Cancel signal lights manually?

    I think all gen 1 and 2 and 3? do not have self cancelling signals?

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