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you will need to remove the door trim to see what has gone wrong or do some checks in the electrics before you can do anything.
basically if something has broken ,even a fuse ,you will need to buy parts
coulb be the control switch on your panel you can take the door panel off and check for loose connections and try to test for continuity. if you dont know how take it to a shop and have them diagnose the electrical. im quite sure it the switch that burnt out
You need to know 2 things, how many wires go to your neutral safety switch and the length of your transmission. The switch is on the driver's side about halfway across the driver's door. Tail shaft length's differ depending on what GM put the transmission in. They cannot be changed without taking the whole transmission apart. You will have to change driveshafts.
Once you know those 2 things any mid or Full sized GM, includung trucks should have a trans that you can swap, although I would try to stay as close to 92 as you can. Hope this helps.
Just a thought, but I figure with an electrical nightmare, you need as many posibilities as you can get. There is a switch behind your brake pedal. when you step on the brake, it contacts a button on the switch, which allows power to get to your brake lights. Maybe one of the wires coming from the switch is catching the steering column mechanisms. I hate electrical stuff. So, I wish you the best of luck. I sincerely hope that I could be of some help.