I had this *exact* issue on a '86 325e.
I bought a new switch online and put it in
and problem went away. Agree a used one would
have been cheaper :)
In my case it seems like the switch was mechanically
worn - in fact when it was broken you could mechanically
wrestle the brights off just be holding it in the off position
even when the turn signal was going. IIRC, it was only for
right turns. I think this is a mechanical issue with the switch
and not a worn contact issue.
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