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Old 07-24-2004, 11:14 PM   #1
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I need to change my turn signal combo lever not the switch itself, in my 92, I can't remember if I need to remove the steering wheel to do it.
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If you just want to change the lever out, it pulls off. You don't need to remove the wheel. The tricky part is dealing with the wires - I think you''re supposed to detach the pigtail under the dash, then attach an extra piece of wire to it and pull it up through the steering column. That way you have something to use to pull the new pigtail back down.
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Nope, The peice just below the turn signal lever has the connection in it.



Oddly enough, The column and the I/P are the only things in that picture that are still in my car...
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Thanks fellows you had refreshed my memory.
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I know that you have to pull out the combination lever, but how hard do it suspose to be, and do you have to rotate it or not or does it pull straight out.
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Mine came straight out. You do have to put a little muscle on it. When you push it back in, you have to make sure it is lined up correctly or it won't go in all the way.
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Mine came straight out. You do have to put a little muscle on it. When you push it back in, you have to make sure it is lined up correctly or it won't go in all the way.
I'll try it again when I pick up the new one, Thanks
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