how change the lever,cruise control and switch in astro 88

how change the lever,cruise control and switch in astro 88

Postby hebert [OP] » July 10th 2009, 5:06am

how change the switch of cruise control, lever and intermitent lights....
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Re: how change the lever,cruise control and switch in astro 88

Postby guyonearth » July 11th 2009, 6:00pm

You're asking how to do it? First, I would suggest getting a manual. Second, you need to remove the steering wheel to get at the fasteners. The wires have to be fished up/down through the column. It helps to have a piece of wire to pull the connector with, it's a tight fit.
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Re: how change the lever,cruise control and switch in astro 88

Postby Big_kid » July 11th 2009, 9:02pm

In my 95 the turn signal lever popped right out. The cruise control switch just unplugged.
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