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Old 09-01-2012, 11:33 PM
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chevy tilt column wiring

I have a chevy tilt column for my hod rod. it has white,dark green, yellow , purple, brown , dark blue, light blue , black , and light green and gray on a separate contacts. without breaking it apart I have no idea of the wiring. does anyone know where each wire goes?

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Old 09-01-2012, 11:54 PM
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Turn signal switch wiring

should have a connector on the end of it that plugs into the dash harness
of the GM car

White-----from the brake light switch----this makes the brake lights work
Dark Green ----To the Right rear brake/turn lamp
Yellow ----To the Left rear brake/turn lamp
Purple----From the flasher can----feeds the tun signals with the key on
Brown---From the Hazard flasher can---always hot for the 4-way flashers
Dark Blue----Right Front turn signal
Light Blue----Left Front turn signal
Black---Horn ground to horn relay signal

Light Green
Grey
Not too sure about these two---could be the "Key in Ignition" buzzer
But on the GM columns I have seen these wires were pink and Pink&Black

The colors of your wires kinda lead me to either some sort of light somewhere on the column or maybe a cruise control switch on the turn lever.
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Wiring diagram for 85 chevy truck column? - The 1947 - Present Chevrolet & GMC Truck Message Board Network
Maybe this thread can help.
If not Google chevy column wiring .
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Here is the schematic for it.

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If I read it right.... Bryan has it correct, and the gray wire might go to your climate control light.

I've attached the dia for a 67 Camaro, GM was good about keeping the colors the same. The steering column connector the the half moon thing in the 2nd dia and if you trace it to the 3rd one, it ends up at the climate control light
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