TURN SIGNAL SWITCH "HELP"HELP"

Old October 24th, 2002, 06:46 AM
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Hello i have a 66 delta88 4/dr non tilt.my turn signal switch broke off.i took my steering wheel off to get a better look.nad the chrome arm that connects to the front part of the switch broke off.its the plastic piece that holds the lever to it.are there any suggestions to where i might find one.i talk to a company out of my parts finder catalog and they have them for the 66,67 cutlass and 67,68 cutlass.is it possible that the 66 cutlass switch could trasfer right over to mine since there the same year.oldsmobile had a habit of not changing that much around.please help;please
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Old September 23rd, 2004, 10:19 AM
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I HAVE A 65 DELTA 88 AN I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MY SIGNAL SWITCH HANDLE ITS BROKING TOO . IM STILL CHECKING AROUND IF I FIND OUT SOMETHING ILL LET YOU KNOW.IIM PRETTY SURE ITS INNERCHANGEABLE WITH ANY OLD OLDSMOBILE .
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Old October 17th, 2004, 09:57 PM
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you guys are to worried.i can show you how to find them.in fact i have two.and know a company that carries them.email me at [email protected]
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Old January 22nd, 2009, 01:13 PM
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