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Old 17th-February-2013, 06:48 PM   #1
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Dir. Sig. housing

How does the directional signal (#5) attach to the Mast jacket (#18) or does it attach at that point?

I have the assembly manuel, and this (were the numbers came from), the service manual, but I don't understand how what holds the directional signal housing.

Any one have a picture with the steering heel off or the turn signal switch removed?

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If memory serves there are 3 screws that hold the mast jacket. That diagram is depicting a '62 column which is different in that the TS switch is located downward on the outside of the column & activated differently.,
while the 63 - up TS switch is within the mast jacket.
Once you remove your '63 TS switch, you'll see the screws which hold the mast jacket down.
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This is from the 63 supplement, 64 is the same...



I think I see the 3 screws your talking about but does the actual directional housing slide over and then lock to the mast?

So does A slide and twist into B?



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