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    trying to switch out the turn signal cam
    just got a new turn signal cam and cant figure out how to remove the steering wheel to pull the old one out and put the new one in.

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    You need a steering wheel puller. You should be able to buy or rent one at a good auto parts store.
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    Originally posted by Ragtop Ted@Mar 28 2011, 07:26 PM~20204219
    You need a steering wheel puller.* You should be able to buy or rent one at a good auto parts store.
    already did that part but i need to get the rest out so i could run the wires thru the column.. and i dont know how it comes off. and its no tilt steering wheel

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    Pull the steering wheel off using he steering wheel puller then I think theirs a screw for the signal lever. Remove the screw and and pull the turn signal lever out. Then unplug the turn signal switch harness at or near the bottom of the steering column then I think it might be some screws holdin the turn signal switch in place. Remove those screws and pull I out and reinstall in reverse order.
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    Originally posted by littlerascle59@Mar 28 2011, 06:55 PM~20205235
    Pull the steering wheel off using he steering wheel puller then I think theirs a screw for the signal lever. Remove the screw and and pull the turn signal lever out. Then unplug the turn signal switch harness at or near the bottom of the steering column then I think it might be some screws holdin the turn signal switch in place. Remove those screws and pull I out and reinstall in reverse order.
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    if a 64 is similar to a 63, this should be helpful...

    http://www.layitlow.com/forums/index...owtopic=588359


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    yea thats all right info. but dont do like i did and forget to put the little horn spring back in. havent had a horn for 3 years now lol. fuck it i just rev up to let them know im coming

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    Originally posted by low1964low@Apr 5 2011, 10:48 PM~20270817
    yea thats all right info. but dont do like i did and forget to put the little horn spring back in. havent had a horn for 3 years now lol. fuck it i just rev up to let them know im coming


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