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Wiring a 60s Chevy steering column

I am putting a 1960 Chevrolet steering column into a 1937 truck. And besides from shorting it. It fits. But I have a wiring question. I know I don't need to use all of its 7 wires. Its a floor shift truck. So all I need to use is the horn wires and turn signal wires. It has a neutral safety switch but I am not using it. Here is the list of wires: first plug has a : Purple wire
3 wires Black with white stripe
Black with yellow stripe
Second plug has a : Green wire
4 wires Black with blue stripe
Blue
Black
Have any idea which wires I need to use for just the horn and turn signal.
and what they go to. It was a 3 speed on the column. No key THANKS !
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Sorry It was a purple wire, black wire with white stripe and a black wire with
a yellow stripe.

The second plug has a green wire,black with blue stripe wire, blue wire and a black wire. it came out wrong the first time.
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May find Info on this diagram, you can download it so it's larger>> http://www.mygreatstuff.com/wiring
Was originally here>> http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/s...d.php?t=185856
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Hard to read but my diagram = LG-back up light , B-horn, LBL-turn, DBL-turn, Y-rear turn, DG-rear turn, BRN-fuse box, PPL-neutral safety
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Info here also, Pg. 10 or Pg. 16 by Acrobat Pdf.
http://www.painlessperformance.com/Manuals/10102.pdf
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