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Do you have to remove the steering wheel to change the turn signal lever on the 94 c1500? 5.0 engine with cruise control. My wipers will not turn off when I turn the switch off. It acts like a short in the switch.

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Yes you must take the steering wheel off, you will also need a puller to yank steering out of its splins there usualy on pretty snugg.

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  1. Remove the steering wheel.
  2. Remove the lockplate cover assembly.
  3. After compressing the lockplate spring, remove the snapring from the groove in the shaft. CAUTION
    When the snapring is removed do not allow the shaft to slide out the bottom of the column.
  4. Remove the lockplate, then slide the turn signal cam and the upper bearing preload spring off the upper steering shaft.
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  6. Remove the hazard warning switch from the column along with the turn signal lever.
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  8. Remove the turn signal switch mounting screws.
  9. Slide the switch connector out of the bracket on the steering column.
  10. After freeing the switch wiring protector from its mounting, pull the turn signal switch straight up and remove the switch, switch harness and the connector from the column.
  11. Turn the ignition switch to ON or RUN, then insert a small drift pin into the slot next to the switch mounting screw boss. Push the lock cylinder tab and remove the lock cylinder.
  12. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Fig. 1: Ignition lock removal - standard column 85878054.gif
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  1. Remove the steering wheel.
  2. Remove the rubber sleeve bumper from the steering shaft.
  3. Using an appropriate tool, remove the plastic retainer.
  4. Using a spring compressor, depress the upper steering shaft spring and remove the C-ring. Release the steering shaft lockplate, the horn contact carrier, and the upper steering shaft preload spring.
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  6. Slide the harness connector out of the bracket on the steering column. Tape the upper part of the harness and connector.
  7. Disconnect the hazard button and position the shift bowl in Park. Remove the turn signal lever from the column.
  8. Use the following procedure for cars with cruise control.
    1. Remove the harness protector from the harness.
    2. Attach a piece of piano wire to the switch harness connector.
    3. Before removing the turn signal lever, loop a piece of piano wire and insert it into the turn signal lever opening. Using the wire, pull the cruise control harness out through the opening.
    4. Pull the rest of the harness up through and out of the column.
    5. Remove the guide wire from the connector and secure the wire to the column.
    6. Remove the turn signal level.
  9. Pull the turn signal switch up until the end connector is within the shift bowl. Remove the hazard flasher lever. Allow the switch to hang.
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  1. Verify that the multifunction turn signal lever is in the center of the OFF position.
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  1. Remove the retaining bolts (1) from the multifunction turn signal lever (2).
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  1. Install the multifunction turn signal lever (2). Use a small flat-blade in order to compress the electrical contact and move the multifunction turn signal lever into position.
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  1. Install the retaining bolts to the multifunction turn signal lever.
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See Figure 5
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