Lower the steering column.
Im pretty sure after you remove the steering column cover, the switch clips in.
disassemble steering column,and replace signal arm ass'y
easiest option is to replace the steering column there all over junkyards with perfect switches in them
you dont HAVE to remove it but it does make it easier. removing the column it not very difficult.
When the headlight switch fails, you'll need to replace the entire combination switch. Here is the procedure to replace the headlight switch on your Chevy Cavalier: 1) Unscrew the screws on the bottom and top of the steering wheel column cover, using a screwdriver and pull the bottom and top of the steering wheel column cover forward and down to remove it. 2) Unscrew the two screws that hold the headlight switch to the steering column. Pull the headlight switch off the steering column. Unplug the electrical connector running to the headlight switch. 3) Connect the electrical connector to the new headlight switch and secure the headlight switch to the steering column using the factory mounting screws and a cross-point screwdriver. Reassemble the steering column cover.
In most cases you will need to replace the turn signal switch on the steering wheel for your 1983 Chevy Caprice Classic rather than fixing it. To replace it, remove the horn pad and then use a steering wheel puller and compressor to remove the steering column. You will then remove the signal along with the wiring harness and bus fuses. Replace the signal and wiring and then replace the steering column itself.
The steering wheel cannot be bypassed to rewire turn signals in a 1989 Chevy Corsica. The switch for the wires is in the steering column. If the steering wheel were bypassed, the wires would not be connected to the switch.
The ignition switch, or "killswitch," for a 1996 Chevy Cavalier is located inside the steering column. Replacing or repairing it requires disassembly of the steering column.
On top of the steering column near the firewall under the dash. There will be a metal rod going into the bottom of the switch.
On top of the steering column, behind the dash.