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Username Post: GM steeering column wiring        (Topic#368731)
warrenoie 
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Posts: 1

Reg: 06-17-22
06-17-22 02:40 PM - Post#2843055    

Hello, first off, I am old guy. I've did bodywork since coming home from Vietnam in 69. I've got a 1951 Hudson(in name only!) I'm trying to put a "Haywire wiring Harness in it after 30 years. It has a GM tilt steering column in it. I have no Idea of how to post pictures on this computer or site. Someone along the way has cut the connector out of the column and I just have 1 big yellow,2 big reds, 1 pink, i 14 ga. orange, 1 16ga light green, 1 16ga dark green, and 1 brown with a white tracer. Then there is a moulded bunch of Small wires- about 18 gauge or smaller? Does anyone out there know which wire Might be power to my column so I Might be able to figure out where I can hook these wires to my Haywire harness? The Column is a GM tilt column with cruise,blinkers,bright and dim and windshield washer on the left side of the column and a Hazard on the right side by the key. This column had an airbag on it originally but I won't be using that. Any help would be appreciated as I am Not a wiring guy or a mechanic. I used to be able to make em shiny but I darn sure can't make em Run! Thanks, Warrenoie



 




drummertom 
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Posts: 1964

Age: 69
Loc: Reidsville, NC
Reg: 09-03-06
12-06-22 01:51 PM - Post#2850973    
    In response to warrenoie

Do you know what the column came out of or approximately what year(s) it came from?


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