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Old 06-27-2015, 12:05 AM   #1
71ChevySS(straight6)
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Turn Signal / Hazard Switch, please help!

Hello again! So, here's my next issue. The plastic turn signal switch inside the steering column stripped out where the screw holds the lever in place. No big deal, I'll just pull the steering wheel off, pull it out and replace it. Truck said "not so fast, hot shot."

The hazard switch in my truck is the little red plastic tab that pulls/pushes. I can't figure out for the life of me how to pull that switch assembly with that hazard switch in place. Help me please! Thanks!

attached is a picture to show you the part I'm talking about.
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'71 Custom-10 2wd longbed, 250 inline-6, NP 435 four-speed. Medium Bronze Iridescent. Farm truck deluxe.

Rat rod build: 1949 Crosley Station Wagon body on 1993 Dodge D350 chassis, Cadillac 500 powerplant.
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