I know, I've searched and everyone thinks it's a ground issue. I have a 1977 Scout II that was in a accident on the front right corner. I have pulled all connectors from that side, leaving only the front turns attached. When the lights are on, the signal stays on (in the dash, not in the socket). I have the plastic housings and was wondering if those were the correct ones for my year, or should I have the metal to where the socket will ground to the frame there? My horn also doesn't work (other issue) so it could be the horn relay that isn't grounding. I checked my manual (which I have) and it looks like the sockets should ground at the fixture, or send it through with the side markers back to the horn relay. Everything is attached (other than my plastic sockets are all falling apart) the way the manual states, and the left turn doesn't have an issue. I guess I will try tying a ground from this socket to the frame for the time being and see if that helps. Any advice would be great.