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Old 04-27-2005, 06:46 PM
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Turn signal switch on column

My turn signal switch went bad and had to replace it on the 49 chevy.
It has a 1980's tilt wheel (just quessing) a 1986 chevy van turnsignal
switch was the same that I had. Anyhow when I took the steering wheel off they had a aftermarket hub on the steering shaft. This is were my streering wheel bolts to using 3 bolts and the middle nut that is on steering shaft.
I pulled this hub off. There is not a plate under it that has the spring that I have read about on the arcive post on steering columns I have the spring but not the plate. My turn signals never did cancel when you straighten out the wheel. My question is what cancels the signal. Is there something on that plate that does it.


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Old 04-27-2005, 08:00 PM
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the piece that you are probably missing is the cam assy. it goes on top of the spring and under the plate that you said is missing. you can buy wheel and horn adapters for chevy columns that let you us all the stock parts that you are missing. any performance or auto parts outlets can help you . good luck.
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