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My info is somewhat limited on your model here but I had seen no one else has responded and would like to see if I can help here.If at any time you feel that I cannot help with this please let me know.
If you can inspect for wiring shorts leading to the indicator stalk and the turn signal lights themselves.If you locate any shorted or damaged wiring at all the wiring will need to be repaired to correct this issue here.If all wiring is found to be o.k. let me know so we can continue.
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Are the outside lights staying on as well with the indicator and vehicle turned off or just the indicator on the dash staying on?
Let me know so we can continue,thanks Pete.
O.k,most likely this is a control module at fault here like a body control module or light control module as this can cause a fault like this.I have seen most models use a control module that help actuate and control the light functions.My info is limited on your model here so I cannot see for sure which module works with or controls the light signals but with the stalk being replaced and no shorted wiring I suspect this is the cause here.This will need to be tested further to be sure and may require a scan tool/computer plugged into your model to check this as well.
I don't think this would be the BSI itself as the cause.If there is another control module for the lighting system this can cause this or in some cases a turn signal flasher can short out internally causing this needing replaced.
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Hi I'm Kevin from what you describe if you have checked wiring it's highly likely that it is the BSI that is at fault the system works by the switch sending signal to the BSI and the BSI turning lights on as needed .the BSI is located below steering wheel and is also the fuse box .to replace unit is quite straight forward but unfortunately it will need to be coded to car using manufacturer specific diagnostic tool