How do I replace turn signal switch on 92

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  1. Chevyboy270

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    My turn signal switch has not been functioning properly and I need to replace it please help me find a tutorial

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    Gotta remove the steering wheel, and lock plate, horn disc. Then it's held in by 3 screws and a 4th holding another brass lever to it, then gotta fish the wires out the colum then back down with the new one.. Not a really hard job or time consuming..

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    By any chance can you link me a video guide of a step by step picture guide of this
     
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    Nope. Don't have one but if you look at YouTube and type in turn signal cam replacement I bet you'll find one...

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    There's two or three great videos of column removal on YouTube find which one looks best to you
     
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    I did this some time ago on my `91. Not that hard and I didn`t have a YouTube video. But I will give you this tip, take a piece of string about 5 ft. long or so and loosly tie one end around your brake pedal, then when you unplug your turn signal connector, tie the outher end around it before you pull it up thru the column. Then after you have it out, tie that end around the new connector and use the string to pull it back down thru the column. This makes the job sooo much easier. Also, it helps to lube up the new connector and wire with WD-40 or something else that is electric friendly. Hope this helps.
     

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