Painless Wiring 30806 GM Steering Column Conversion Kit
Steering column conversion kit lets you use factory-type connectors on your key-switch-equipped GM-style column. This kit is used to replace worn or damaged connectors on a GM "keyed" steering column, or to adapt some other type of column to a GM style harness. This kit comes with connectors and terminals, you supply the wires.
- ignition connector
- turn signal connector
- dimmer switch connector
Crimps to YOUR wires.
NotesThis kit is used to make the connection from the wiring harness to the plugs on GM, Ididit, and Flaming River columns. Kit comes with the connector plugs and terminals. No wire included.
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