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How to get signal harness threw steering Cullum on 1990 xlt f250

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It may be a real pain in the a**. I don't know if you could run a coat hanger wire or equivalent through,tape your wires on and snake them through...or you might have to do a major disassembly as if it was done at the factory.

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It is recommended that you tie a piece of string or wire to the old turn signal connector before you pull it out. Then tie on the wire to the new connector and pull it back through the column...If you have already pulled the old one out, you are just going to have to poke it in there someway. Try running a stiff wire through to get a string or wire pulled through it.

Posted on Oct 21, 2013

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