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Repaiar turn signal switch

Where do get a manual on taking apart the steering wheel colum to replace the turn signal switch?

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    the turning signel insulation in the colum how dose it go bsck together

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Chiltons should have a good diagram. You can rent the special tools at some parts stores

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