you can get a new one most anywhere......ebay, quadratec, advance auto, any parts house.....there are no threads...yours most likely broke off even with the column.....it's a common problem...you'll probably have to semi-disassemble the column to get the old piece out and the new one just pushes in...
dude, it's a GM steering column.....any lever from a 60's model on up will work....expecially the 70's and 80's.......quadratec has em....morris 4x4 has em.....autopartswarehouse.com has em.....ebay has em....and i bought 1 from NAPA and 1 from Advance Auto....easy to find...
Same one used on an s10. Every autoparts store here stocks them. Local dodge store can get one overnight for $15.
I bought my yj with on broke off inside, before I took the column apart, I took a tiny drill bit and drilled a pilot hole in the piece left. Then took a long dryall screw and carefully turned in in several threads. Used pliers and gave a good tug. Out it came. New one popped right in.
Cool I will give that a try. I found one at Advance Auto. parts guy couldn't find it, even by looking up an S10.
I googled 'Dorman turn signal lever' and found the part number while in the store.
Thanks for everyone's help.
I was able to hold mine in enough to limp around town, while still beingable to use the turn signals. The wipers worked during this time, but not very well. they were intermitant to some degree.
I do not have cruise control, so i guess that saved some hassle ont he install, but yes, once you get that other piece out, and it is about 1/2" or more long, the new one pops right in. And now the wipers work fine again.
I got my stalk fromt he HELP isle at the Advanced Auto.
Made in China, but looks OK.
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