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Electical Problem

Have a 95 7.3. When right turn signal is turned on, engine picks up 200 rpm
and if in cruise control, cruise drops out. The 200 rpm upswing happens @ any running speed/rpm. I have a feeling something in the steering column
is amiss. Anyone know??
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Sorry. Ment to say 7.3 not ( 4.3 )
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I would try checking the wires in the steering column first. If you don't see anything bad, try replacing the Multi-function switch. I have never heard of this problem, but the MF switches are a common failure.

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