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1963 Impala Steering column, turn signal switch

I am looking to find out about a '63 Impala steering column. We need to replace the turn signal switch, and need some documentation. Does anyone possibly have an exploded view diagram or installation instructions for this? If not, maybe a place to look?

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Doc here,

I don't have any for an Impala That old...Sorry,

You could try, the local Auto zone or Kragens..Checker or parts america for a Haynes or Chilton Manual (Not the best..) For about $20 Bucks...HERE:

http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductD...rtnumber=10420 :NOTE: it say's 1964..oops..big thumbs!

Another Good source is the County MAIN library reference Room..For STOCK GM manuals (The Best..) Just Call and ask the Reference Desk if they have them, and if not for your car, could they possibly outsource them for you from another library system..

If they Do, Bring lots of change as they usually Don't allow reference material out..So you'll need to make copies there...

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Thanks, I hadn't even thought if the library
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try this site. Lots of info for old cars.http://www.tocmp.com/manuals/wiring/index.html
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try this site. Lots of info for old cars.http://www.tocmp.com/manuals/wiring/index.html

Doc here,

Kurt,

Hey! That is a GREAT site! I know I will use it as a resource!!!

Thanks for putting that up there!

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