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1984 chevy van steering column

I think i have figured out everything on the steering column except the wipers... On the column it has a 7 plug connector:

A- tan
B- pink
C- purple (wiper high)
D- black
E- grey (wiper low)
F- lite blue
G- tan

does anyone have any information about this? I pulled the steering column out and putting it in a custom 56 truck so I need to find out what all these are. Thanks

btw they are delay wipers with mist

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Look through Post #6 here>> http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/s...d.php?t=157669 it has a lot of Column Info.
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that does have a lot of info, however the column i have is from a 84 van and has more features on it, specifically the wipers. thanks anyways. i will bookmark that page just incase

i have found this: [code]http://www.73-87chevytrucks.com/techinfo/wiring_diagrams/81-87_cab_inter_pg1.jpg[/code]

but im not exactly sure how to read it. im more of just a hands on test it out kind of person. haha. so if anyone could help me with this also it would be great

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here's one a bit easier to read, if I can figure out how to attach it...
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thank you very much
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No problem. Hope it helps.
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that does have a lot of info, however the column i have is from a 84 van and has more features on it, specifically the wipers. thanks anyways. i will bookmark that page just incase

i have found this: [code]http://www.73-87chevytrucks.com/techinfo/wiring_diagrams/81-87_cab_inter_pg1.jpg[/code]

but im not exactly sure how to read it. im more of just a hands on test it out kind of person. haha. so if anyone could help me with this also it would be great
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