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1995 gmc safari need to replace turn signal switch that

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1995 gmc safari need to replace turn signal switch that turns off your blinker after a turn. need instructions and diagrams

Hi my name is ***** ***** I will be happy to assist with this today.In some cases I may need more info to assist better.I apologize for any delay.

Here is the instructions I show on this here:

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1. Place ignition switch in Lock position to prevent coil assembly from moving off center.
2. Disconnect battery ground cable.
3. Remove steering wheel.

WARNING: Refer to Air Bags and Seat Belts/ Air Bags (Supplemental Restraint Systems)/ Service and Repair/ Air Bag System Disarming & Arming.

4. Remove coil assembly retaining ring from upper steering column.
5. Remove SIR coil assembly. Let coil assembly hang freely.
6. Remove wave washer.
7. On models with tilt steering column, remove lock bolt guard assembly, Fig. 8, as follows:
a. Place ignition switch in Run position.
b. Rotate steering shaft assembly until block tooth is at seven o'clock position and bolt guard screws are accessible through wide slots in shaft lock.
c. Loosen screws on lock bolt guard until guard can be removed.
d. Place ignition switch to Lock position.
8. Remove shaft lock retaining ring using tool No. J-23653-SIR, or equivalent, to push down shaft lock. Discard ring.
9. Remove shaft lock, Fig. 8.
10. Remove turn signal canceling cam assembly.
11. Remove upper bearing spring.
12. Remove upper bearing inner race and inner race seat.
13. Position turn signal to right turn position.
14. Remove multi-function lever and hazard knob assembly.
15. Remove turn signal switch arm.
16. Remove turn signal switch as follows:
a. Remove turn signal switch screws.
b. Disconnect switch electrical connectors.
c. Remove wiring protector, Fig. 17.
d. Gently pull wiring harness through column to remove turn signal switch, Fig. 17.
17. Reverse procedure to install. Torque turn signal switch arm screw to 20.0 inch lbs.

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Thanks Pete

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
is it hard to take steering wheel off without airbag going off? Just was able to look at this vehile tonight.

I apologize for the delay as I was offline the last couple of days.

Here is the procedure for steering wheel removal.If your horn pad on your model here has the actual air bag in it let me know.Usually you want to disconnect the battery when removing the air bag and make sure you have no static electricity around as well and handle it with care.

1. Disconnect battery ground cable.
2. Remove steering wheel shroud attaching screws, if equipped, from underside of steering wheel.
3. Remove cap or lift steering wheel shroud and horn contact lead assembly from steering wheel.
4. Remove retainer, then the steering wheel nut. Mark relationship of steering wheel to steering shaft.
5. Remove steering wheel using puller tool No. J-1859-03, or equivalent.
6. Reverse procedure to install.

Let me know if you need anything else and feel free to rate my help here or above ( should be a link to click on ) as this is how I receive credit for my time,this can be done at any time and you can still come back here and reply if needed.Your 5 star rating is appreciated

Thanks Pete

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