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Old 01-01-2012, 04:36 PM
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That blinking arrow on your dashboard is not a warning signal that your engine is going to explode. It is telling you that your turn signal light is working. No need to panic just return that lever on the left side of the steering wheel that houses your headlights and dimmer sws. and is also the TURN SIGNAL lever to the neutral position. ( I know it was on when you purchased the car but now is the time to learn what it is used for) And here is a good suggestion how about using that signal lever to let those behind you or waiting at a side road in front of you that you in the very near future are about to make a turn.

I and many of the other drivers in NC will be very appreciative.
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Old 01-01-2012, 08:16 PM
 
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^^ Sarcasm is so 2011.

It's 2012 now! Please try to keep up!
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Old 01-01-2012, 09:14 PM
 
Location: Wilmington, NC
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That blinking arrow on your dashboard is not a warning signal that your engine is going to explode. It is telling you that your turn signal light is working. No need to panic just return that lever on the left side of the steering wheel that houses your headlights and dimmer sws. and is also the TURN SIGNAL lever to the neutral position. ( I know it was on when you purchased the car but now is the time to learn what it is used for) And here is a good suggestion how about using that signal lever to let those behind you or waiting at a side road in front of you that you in the very near future are about to make a turn.

I and many of the other drivers in NC will be very appreciative.
I do agree.
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Old 01-02-2012, 12:36 PM
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^^ Sarcasm is so 2011.

It's 2012 now! Please try to keep up!
If you will notice I came from where sarcasm was invented and it is the only way we know how to get our point across without being rude.
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