A TURN SIGNAL LEVER cost HOW much???
This is slightly off-topic since it'* for our '96 Trans Sport, not the Bonneville, but still...
We're out last night, driving around, strictly routine, and I go for the high-beams. Instead of a *click* I get *CRUNCH*. Something falls away from my fingertips. I turn on the interior lights and find the turn-signal lever is now dangling from its cruise wiring harness, broken off a couple of inches out from the steering column where there'* a kind of molded plastic elbow on the thing.
So I figure, okay, sh*t happens, I'll just order another one tomorrow...
(Audience: YOU FOOL!!!)
Yup. The answer is: Part No. 25140640: $129.74!!!
Me: No, I don't need the cruise servo; I'm talking about the _lever_.
Counter Guy: Yeah, $129.74. [He points to the diagram on the monitor.] See? It'* an electrical part.
Yes! Of course! It'* got a PUSH BUTTON and a SLIDE SWITCH on it! THAT explains things! Thank you VERY much!
So needless to say, I didn't order it. A junkyard part will probably be stressed and ready to break in the same place. I could use recommendations for an on-line order instead.
(The price breakdown on the printout that he gave me shows List: 129.74 Trade: 90.82 Cost: 64.87, so those are my target prices to shoot for, it looks like.)
Any feedback welcome; will check in again later today...
-- Andy Green