|To operate the turn signals,
the ignition switch must first be turned on. The switch lever on the left
of the steering column should then be pushed up for a right turn and down
for a left turn. This action causes the front lamp and stop light mounted
at the extremity of the rear fender to flash on that side of the car in
which direction the turn is to be made. If stop lights are applied at the
same time a turn is indicated, the opposite stop light will remain solid.
Verification of proper functioning of both front an
drear lamps is indicated by a flashing of one of the illuminated green
arrows, located at the ends of the speedometer on Series 50 and 70 cars
and to the right or left of the light indicator emblem, located between
the two instruments on Series 40-60.
If the arrow does not light and flash, after
movement of the turn signal lever, it indicates that the signal system is
not functioning properly and should be checked for burned out bulbs in
either front or rear signal lamps or the bulb which illuminates the green
Always indicate a turn at a reasonable distance
before making the turn.