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American Autowire 35785 1957 Chevy O/E Wiring Harness
American Autowire 35785 1957 Chevy O/E Wiring Harness

American Autowire 35785 1957 Chevy O/E Wiring Harness

Bel Air, One-Fifty Series, Two-Ten Series, Del Ray, Nomad, Sedan Delivery

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American Autowire 35785 1957 Chevy O/E Wiring Harness
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American Autowire 35785 1957 Chevy O/E Wiring Harness
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This wiring harness adapts the OEM 1957 harness to the aftermarket Ididit column. The Ididit column uses the flat ribbon plug common to the later GM columns and should be adaptable to work with the later GM columns and other aftermarket columns using the GM ribbon style flat plug in. As always, wiring layout and sequence will need to be verified for each circuit.

  • Stock o/e harness to an Ididit steering column
  • Chevrolet Passenger 1957
  • For 1969-74 GM column to stock dash

Note: Adapts horn, directionals, hazard flasher to stock dash

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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 1957 Chevrolet passenger cars.

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  • Watch our Steering Column Wiring Guide video for useful tips on wiring your new steering column for your vehicle. Ididit takes you through the wiring process.
  • Installing a universal tilt steering column in an old car is a common upgrade. Check out this tech article to learn how to mount your custom steering column correctly.
  • In this Tech Tip, John responds to a customer question about the versatility of one of our steering columns and its potential uses.
  • Unsure what column would work best for your project? The three primary styles are explained here!
  • When it comes to a traditional style build on an early hot rod it just has to be rolling on a solid front axle of some sort. In this buyer's guide we take you through I-beam and round tube solid axles, spindle choices, radius rod needs, and more.
  • If you're upgrading to an ididit tilt steering column, you'll need the dimensions of the column to make sure it fits. Click here for dimensional drawings of ididit's 4 different column designs.
  • Tired of those nasty, sticky indicator levers on you GM steering column? Resurrect them with Speedway Motors' Column Dress-up Kit, reviewed here by one of our own employees!

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