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Ididit 1962 Nova Steering Column Wiring Harness 4-Way Flasher Kit
Ididit 1962 Nova Steering Column Wiring Harness 4-Way Flasher Kit

Ididit 1962 Nova Steering Column Wiring Harness 4-Way Flasher Kit

59-62 Chevy

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Ididit 1962 Nova Steering Column Wiring Harness 4-Way Flasher Kit
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This wiring harness kit is used to easily adapt your vehicles stock wiring to your Ididit steering column. This harness also adds the convenience of a 4-way flasher that was not available back in the day, in case you ever need it.
  • 1962 Chevy II/Nova
  • 1960-1962 Chevy Pickups
  • 1959-1962 Bel-Air/Impala/Biscayne Wiring Harness Adapter & 4-Way Flasher Kit
  • Made in America
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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