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Does any one sell a 66 turn signal switch for tilt wheel?

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1966 Chevelle Malibu Sandalwood, Gold color
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700 R4 transmission
12" disks up front and hope to have disks in the rear soon.
 

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Wow, columnsgalore.com said it would be more than I paid for the column itself. I have tried th places off of partsvoice, and no luck yet.

I would appreciate some more help if someone can.

Thanks for it all so far.

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1966 Chevelle Malibu Sandalwood, Gold color
454, .30 over, dual quads
700 R4 transmission
12" disks up front and hope to have disks in the rear soon.
 

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After reading your other post I am confussed as to what switch you are looking for. The turn signal or the neutral safety? If it is the neutral safety you need to find one that will work with your trans. Not sure which one will work if you have a 700r4.

Rene
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Turn signal switch. On the 64-66 maybe 67 cars they have a cable controled switch that is down on the column. I know where and what the neutral safety switch is. Not that. Take a look at a 64-66 Column.



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1966 Chevelle Malibu Sandalwood, Gold color
454, .30 over, dual quads
700 R4 transmission
12" disks up front and hope to have disks in the rear soon.
 

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I posted this on the regular tech and searched all over and it runs from $125 to $250 for a rebuilt one or the nos one for $250.

All I can say on that price is ouch!

I'll keep working on mine.

Rob

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1966 Chevelle Malibu Sandalwood, Gold color
454, .30 over, dual quads
700 R4 transmission
12" disks up front and hope to have disks in the rear soon.
 

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