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Old 10-26-2007, 01:23 PM   #1
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Default Punched Steering Column

Somebody decided to punch my steering column and attempt to steal my car yesterday. The ignition switch actuator rack is broken (key-shaped thing that connects to rod). Mechanic told me it'* easier just to purchase a steering column and have them throw it in then it is to disassemble the steering column and replace the part.

I've found a steering column for $60. What'* a better course of action, repair or replace? It'* a 1996 Bonneville SE with column shifter. What years are compatible?

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