It seems more frequent for you as for others. Maybe it's a combination of things in your car (calibration slightly off) and the turns you take that triggers an early / weird turn off more frequently.
Or his driving style or sensitivity to the issue.
[Extensive edit applied at 5:35 PM. hybridbear may not "like" the new version so much.]
I take back my apology, that has now been deleted.
Because today the fan failed on my almost brand new FFH-T and I got a 2013 Lincoln MKZ as a loaner.
Sure enough, if I TRIED to make the signals act up by doing strange stuff with the wheel, it would "fail" about 50% of the time.
But guess what, when I stopped doing weird crap with the wheel......the failures stopped too.
Only one strange thing remained and that was self-cancelling early, about half way through a turn.
That, however, is NOT a problem as no law anywhere requires you to KEEP signaling after you actually start to turn.
Anybody who can't SEE that you are turning also wouldn't see the signal blinking.
So, I refer back to post #22 and reinforce that by saying to Terps:
If you continue to obsess over this perceived failure, it will hurt nobody but YOU.
It is engineered that way. Ford will not change it to please you.
So, unless you can get a CRAP load of people to complain about it with you (not likely)
Convince the NTSB that it constitutes a safety hazard, which requires the proof of actual accidents (also not likely)
You need to be practical and reasonable and just let this DROP.
The ONLY way that you are going to "fix" the "problem" is to change your driving style.......or trade the car for something else.
This is not worth making yourself sick over.......and making your dealer's service people HATE you in the process.
This is the best advice and most help that you will get on this matter, from anyone or anywhere.
Reject it and ignore it if you must but just remember a year from now that I warned you that it you can't win this battle.
Edited by Easy Rider, 06 May 2014 - 04:48 PM.