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captaincaddy
    
What is involved in swapping out a steering column?
I have a 1966 Cadillac Sedan deVille hardtop that has a standard steering column. Later on I would like to replace it with a tilt/telescoping column (if I can find one) How much work is entailed in a project like this? If it helps....the ignition switch is on the dash. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
posted: April 1, 2009
 
    
 
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afinelincoln
    
There is a great website out there that can help you with all of your steering column needs.
www.ididitinc.com They have all sorts of help including technical information and videos.
posted:  April 1, 2009
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