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steering colum


so i want to use the stalk shifter on the colum but someone cut it off the colum,so i got another colum from a 63 can i swap out just the plastic parts or do i have to remove the whole colum..............?



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swap the column

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the center part of the column on my 63 was part of the steering box. can you slide the outer over? been awhile since i ripped all that stuff apart



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thats a crazy photo,yeh i can pull the colum straight back and the shaft stays in the car,and then i can slide the new colum over top,iwas trying to aviod this,but if i have to i will

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do you have an assembly manual. last year i downloaded a pdf file for a 63 chevy II. pretty close for assembly and stuff like that might even help for running your wires send me your personnel email if you want it

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this might help, remember wiring harness comes out of part #10

and on the outside of part #5

if you need a better pic, send me an e-mail

Dan_Boyd@shaw.ca

steering column_(1024_x_768).jpg



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this should help

wiring 1.JPGwiring 2.JPG

wiring from back 3.JPGwiring from column 2.JPGwiring from column.JPG



-- Edited by Lefty on Monday 13th of August 2012 09:55:16 AM

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well i started the swap,the one i took out is stamped 63 and the one i put in is stamped 63,now re connecting the wires i should have labeled them,but i just figured the clips would be color coated,any help which clip goes in the top and which in the bottom


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I just had mine all apart for a signal switch Johnny. I didn't think the connector was made that they could be mixed up but I can check for you. It won't be tonight though because we have a Canadian Poncho coffee break tonight in Winnipeg and I have to leave home as soon as I have finished supper. I can likely look tomorrow night for you though.

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thats perfect,thanks so much LEFTY sure love the support on this site

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jonnyrose wrote:

thats perfect,thanks so much LEFTY sure love the support on this site


 I know t had fun putting mine back, if you took your column off and did not take it apart

it is not too bad, i took mine apart to paint it then forgot where all the pieces went.

Lucky for me that Menno knew how to put it back together.

and at least now you can get replacement turn signal parts ..

here is a good diagram from chevy 2 only

http://www.parts123.com/parts123/yb.dll?parta~partsort~A2~cadeggdA#

canceling cam

http://www.parts123.com/parts123/yb.dll?parta~dyndetail~Z5Z5Z50000132a~Z5Z5Z51083~P12.95~~~~S3KM1ENFHD96482058050H~Z5Z5Z5~Z5Z5Z50000132A

complete switch

http://www.parts123.com/parts123/yb.dll?parta~dyndetail~Z5Z5Z50000132a~Z5Z5Z51090~P69.95~~~~S3KM1ENFHD96482058050H~Z5Z5Z5~Z5Z5Z50000132A



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