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Lug Nut wrote:Dude, the word semaphore originated in the early 19th century denoting a signaling apparatus. It was derived from the French word sémaphore, which was formed irregularly from the Greek sema 'sign' + -PHORE.
doesn't everyone know that?
More specifically to VW's they are turn signals used until 1960 in Europe and the mid 50's in the US. The "arms" pop-up from the body of the vehicle and light up via a small bulb to indicate you wish to turn.
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