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How do you replace the turn signal switch located on a 1991 Chevy Corsica?

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2005-11-26 13:53:53
2005-11-26 13:53:53

Remove neg batt cable.Remove dash plastic under steering column. Disable/unplug airbag yellow power feed wire under dash if so equipped.( If your car has a airbag make sure it is disabled!) Remove horn pad/ air bag as necessary. Loosen-remove center nut on steering wheel. Using a steering wheel puller, pull wheel. Remove the two bolts that hold the column at middle. Drop column 6" or so. Remove the 2-3 torx fastners the hold the switch in place. Unplug the switch harness at midpoint on the column and feed the harness thru opening. Reverse procedure. Done. I hope this helps you. Mark

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