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      01-14-2013, 08:56 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by UCBPhD View Post
I certainly can feel it, but I will claim that, in my car, it is fairly subtle. It wouldn't surprise me that, if the detent in the switch is slightly malformed in certain ways, then it would be very difficult to feel, even for those are not hamhanded. Maybe those who are complaining about the way the switch feels need to go check it out on another car to see if theirs is defective . . .
If it's that subtle, then maybe something is wrong. In my car, you definitely feel the click to have the blinkers permanently on. It's definitely a nice touch, because I miss it when I'm driving the 4Runner or the E30.
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