The backup light switch is not on the steering column on a 1994 Delta 88. It is located on top of the transmission where the shift cable attaches to the trans. It is integral with the neutral safety switch. I'd suggest shopping for one on ebay. I saw them there for about $20, including shipping. The local parts house quoted me $115 and they had to order it for the next day. . They are easy to change. Access is easy and only a couple of bolts
Check the steering column. There is a switch mounted to the column that controls the backup lights and the neutral safety switch.
It is located on top of the steering column, just below where the column bolts to the dash.
On top of the steering column. ////////take a look on the transmission
Under the dash on the steering column by the firewall. It is a combination neutral safety and backup light switch.
its in the steering column its in the steering column
Bad bulbs, bad switch located either on steering column or on transmission
It is located on the steering column. The same switch usually controls the backup lights as well. It is under the dash. Two screws attach it to the steering column. It is a LOT easier to get to it if you loosen the column and drop it down, but you CAN get to it with the column in place. Make sure it is properly adjusted when you reinstall it if you want your car to start though.
...on top of steering column down next to firewall.
Try either at the lower end of steering column or attached to the linkage on the transmission
83 cutlass is either in the steering column (down low away from the turn signal probably, or in the column "multifunction switch", possibly on the floor, but one would assuem you have looked. Relentless
It is bolted on the steering column behind the dash, along with the dimmer switch. You have to drop the column and unscrew the switch. Problem is, the plug with the wiring also has the wiring for the turn signals and dimmer switch. You may have to do some splicing unless you want to feed a harness up the column.
Replace the complete switch in the steering column, you have to pull the steering wheel off and then you can take the top cover off the steering column and get to the switch.
were is the power steering pressure switch on a 1988 oldsmobile cutlass 2.8 engine
The switch is mounted near the bottom of the steering column under the dash and above the brake pedal on the left side.
If you have an automatic transmission it is on top of he steering column just before it goes through the firewall. If you have a manual transmission it is on the transmission.
The rocker switch on top of the steering column.
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Right hand side of the steering column.Right hand side of the steering column.
I believe it is located at the base of the steering column and works in connection with the gear shift lever. If not, then it will be a separate switch screwed into the transmission case.
The button for the hazard lights is on top of the steering wheel column , the switch is part of the multi-function switch inside the steering column cover
Key is on steering column--control rod is connected to switch on lower end of steering column by brake pedal
It is on the upper left side of the steering column, low down, near the similar looking low-high beam switch. Both of those are manipulated by rods instead of being in the upper column.
I believe you need to pull the steering wheel off and get in the steering column that way. I had this done on a previous car, (expensive) so this time I just hot wired to the starter and added a tago switch.
The steering column in a Buick Century covers the steering shaft and houses the turn signal switch. Some Century cars have a tilt column as well.
Assuming yours is a mid-late 80's model, the switch is on the left side of the steering column, next to the heater vent.