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steering wheel ? to replace the turn signal/wiper

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    Hello i just got a 94 z28 and needs alot of work first thing i want to fix is the turn signal switch the when i pull it forward it doesnt work just yanks on the housing. So i took the steering wheel off and now there is a metal clip but not sure if there is a coil behind this does anyone know what the next steps r to replace it thanks.

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    Did you pull the clockspring out yet? What's the progress on this?

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    I pulled out the spring and there was a metal cable that when ever i pulled to turn on high beam lights it it didnt push it back or hear a click but i grabed a plier and pushed on it and there was a click and high beams on im going to take it to the machanic to get it fixed bec i think the problem comes from way inside thru firewall i maybe its not lubericated well bec it need pressure to turn them on.

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    I think the high beam switch is actuated by a lever when you pull, and is located/attached on top of the column under the cluster area. You've got to loosen everything up (inc steering knuckle) and get the column dropped to access it.

    Edit: wait that must've been the auto gear lever lock ... either way, start with getting the clock spring and crap underneath it off. you'll see it and it'll make perfect sense.

    The signal switch is a pain as well, and is located behind the clock spring. You've got to press on the collar and then get the lock ring out first. I suck at explaining like this, lol. Then you can access switch mechanism etc.
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