American Autowire 35780 1956 Chevy Steering Wiring Harness Adapter
1956 Bel Air, 1956 One-Fifty Series, 1956 Two-Ten Series, 1956 Nomad, 1956 Sedan Delivery
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This wiring adapter is designed for the stock o/e harness to adapt to an Ididit steering column. These adapters work with 1956 Chevrolet passenger cars.
- Stock o/e harness to an Ididit steering column
- Chevrolet Passenger 1956
- For 1969-74 GM column to stock dash
Note: Adapts horn, directionals, hazard flasher to stock dash
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