I am about to lose my mind solving what seems like should be a minor issue. I have twice replaced the directional (turn) switch on the steering column but have encountered the same problem. I am having a problem with the reset function that should occur when you complete a turn. Typically, if one was going to make a right turn, you would push the stalk down, the turn signal light would flash, you'd turn the wheel, you'd complete the turn, and has THEN, as the steering wheel was returning to neutral the turn signal would reset. This is precisely what happens when I turn right. When I turn left, I lift the stalk and the light begins to flash, but the moment I move the wheel to the left, it resets. I am certain that those who have replaced this switch will immediately suggest that the little blue ring that interfaces with the tabs on the back side of the steering wheel is not aligned correctly. As far as I can tell this is not the case. The little triangle on the ring is facing to the left, as I am lead to believe it ought to be. I've also tried it in the other position just to make sure that I am not missing something, but that creates an entirely different problem. I was convinced that maybe I had gotten a bad switch so I bought another from Rovers North, but I still have the same problem. I am considering just making nothing but right turns to avoid this issue, but I'd rather fix it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.