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Old 11-13-2010, 06:16 PM
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Neutral Safety Switch Caged Nuts

I have a GM tilt column. The caged nuts in the column for mounting the neutral safety switch are gone. I could have some regular nuts tigged in, but I would rather have the correct nuts. Anyone know what they looked like and where I might find two?

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What vehicle is your tilt column out of?

I have a GM tilt column too and mine does not have cage nuts, the screws that hold the NSS bolt into the outer column sleeve - my column came out of a mid-80s chevy van
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Not sure about the year. It is out of a Buick according to the steering wheel that was on it.

I am assuming yours has sheet metal screws threaded into holes in the column. I have two rectangular holes which I assume had cage nuts fitted to them.
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Didn't know what the nuts looked like, but those are the rectangular holes.

Anyone know where I can find a couple?
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