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Is there a component that is wired through the steering column that has a problem? Turn signals--horn--cruise control--whatever, I need more info?
I don't believe I have an over-all wiring diagram for steering column, itself?
The pins in the steering column have either pushed out or worked loose under the plastic covers. If you don't want to tackle taking the column apart and trying to piece it back together, just find a used steering column assembly. It's a very common problem on GM cars and trucks between 1975 and 1997.
There are no wiring diagrams for the "steering column". Wiring diagrams show the wiring for circuits, not the parts of the car that the circuits just happen to be fastened to. For instance, if you are having trouble with your horn, or if you are having problems with your turn signals, you would look up the wiring diagram for the horn, or the diagram for the turn signals, not the wiring diagram for the steering column.