I have an aftermarket nine bolt steering wheel of unknown origin on my 1966. I'm having a devil of a time getting my turn signals to cancel correctly. The only thing on the back of the wheel that protrudes is a 1/2 inch long roll pin that I've centered on the white nylon switching mechanism attached to the turn signal lever. The switching mechanism is new and in perfect shape. With the roll pin centered on the turn signal lever, right turns cancel but then the left turn signal starts flashing as I return the steering wheel to center. Left turns do not cancel at all. I think I'm missing a "cancelling cam" which I've been unable to find as a new part. I have found an NOS version and am wondering whether that will solve my problem? Incidentally, the majority of Google searches bring up the switching mechanism when "canceling cam" is used as a search word. For clarity I've attached photos of the turn signal switch and a canceling cam. I also am wondering if a canceling cam for GM products might work? Of course they are readily available.
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