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Old June 3rd, 2016
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Turn signal lever switch control

Hello all.
I inherited a 1984 Oldsmobile Delta 88 from my uncles & she's in great shape!

I got a new turn signal lever (with cruise control and delayed wipers also) but now my wipers will not turn off.
The old LEVER worked the delays but the mist button was broken and spun around.
Is it possible the mechanism/switch in the steering column is defective?
If so. where would I get this part? Also any instructions on how to replace it would be greatly appreciated!

Also attached are some photos the hole where is the lever plugs into.
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