how to change steering column on 86 pontiac bonneville
Check under the dashboard, to the left of the steering column.
If you use a GM steering column....many are interchangeable. Depending on the year, a column from an Impala or Chevelle may fit.
The flasher on a 99 Bonneville is located under the dash below the steering column, remove the panel just below the column. It has screws.
Call any local bone yard, and have them look it up in a trash book. (Hollander)
The diagnostic (OBD) port on all 1992-1999 Bonnevilles is located under the dash next to the steering column
bad spring in steering colum
You should check the wires that are in the steering column to the ignition lock cylinder. They tend to break easily.
i believe you can disassemble the lower part of the steering column to access the area.
left side below steering column
Take it to the shop:)
It is important to have everything in the steering wheel column in its correct place. A diagram for the 1984 Grand Prix steering wheel column can be found in its maintenance manual.
Had the problem with Bonneville not starting....turned out to be the security module. Your mechanic should be able to bypass the security module with a $15 part from Radio Shack. Pretty easy fix.
It is under the dash near the steering column.
The switch is located on top of the steering column.
disassemble steering column,and replace signal arm ass'y
With special tools such as a wheel puller and a lockplate remover.
left side near the steering column
The steering column.The steering column.
It's under the steering column to the left. It's the second relay from the top, of a group of four relays. in the g. m. book it's called item #57
It should be located just to the right of the steering column under the dash. between the radio and column..
I'm not sure but I think you are going to have to pull of the steering wheel to get these off. That means removing the horn button and the airbag first.
Your turn signal switch is located on the steering column underneath the plastic shroud. You will need to take off the steering wheel and partially disassemble the column to access this. This is a Mopar part number 56007255.
If you are sitting in the driver's seat, it is on the left-hand side of the steering column., right behind the dash panel that wraps around the bottom half of the steering column.
Look under the dash on the left of the steering column.