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Old 08-11-2004, 12:28 AM
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66 Impala turn signal switch assembly

I need to replace my turn signal assembly that is in the steering column on my 66 Impala. Does any know if I can purchase this item through a local parts house like Napa, Kragen, ect......???

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I would Doubt it. They may be able to order it for you, but you'll pay more for it. Try OPG and see if they don't carry one.

Next best Shot is a Local Boneyard, or EBAY.

If it's not a restoration, there are after market systems out there too.

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I need to replace my turn signal assembly that is in the steering column on my 66 Impala. Does any know if I can purchase this item through a local parts house like Napa, Kragen, ect......???
Any update regarding this one? Have you able to purchased this thru napa? How much did they cost you? I am also looking for this.
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Any update regarding this one? Have you able to purchased this thru napa? How much did they cost you? I am also looking for this.
You do realize that this was asked 6 years ago?
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here ya go..

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...S_548081596___


i think the pictures are wrong tho.. the pics show a later style switch.

I bought a turn signal switch for my 72 monte carlo from advance and it works great.
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here ya go..

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...S_548081596___


i think the pictures are wrong tho.. the pics show a later style switch.

I bought a turn signal switch for my 72 monte carlo from advance and it works great.
hello there, i also found a link for turn signal assembly. Is this the same as what you have for the switch. I may sounds ignorant here, but i really don't get it.
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