Hi All. I have a 2011 RT. There are far too many times that after completing a turn, the turn signal does not cancel, requiring I turn a tad bit farther to engage the self-cancelling mechanism. I think the cancellation does not take place until the front end is back at dead center---exactly zero degrees---which is more than a tad silly since turns are often less than a full 90 degrees in a short distance, meaning the turn signals continue flashing long after I have competed the turn. I too often spend too much of my attention on the bloody signals and too little on my driving, and would dearly love to be able to adjust the self-cancelling switch so that it will cancel once the front end has reached, say, 10 degrees from straight ahead. Two problems: 1) is there any adjustment possible; and 2) where is the mechanism that does the cancelling located? I can't find anything in the shop manual and the techs don't seem especially knowledgeable about anything Spyder-related.