REAPER, have you ever tore into a GM steering column before? Like to replace an ignition or turn signal switch? If so, then the wiper switch isn't too bad to replace. But if your not familiar with them they can be intimidating. You'll need a steering wheel puller and to make the job much easier, the spring compressor tool to remove the lock plate under the steering wheel. If you can gather up these tool's I'll walk you through the procedure to replace the switch.REAPER;366121 said:Anyone give a explanation of how to replace the wiper switch on the turn signal?
1988 GMC K2500
Basic switch. High/Low spray fluid.
LOL! A couple of cases of would be cheap payment! If he'll do it for that....take it!REAPER;366589 said:I have the puller to pull the wheel off but I do not have the clip tool.
I know what tool you are talking about I think it is a horseshoe shape with a bolt with a hollow tip at the wheel end.
Maybe will check out Autozone or Advanced auto and see how much they are - vs - cost of having a friend do it for a couple of case's of beer.
A better idea would have been to have a set screw on the arm itself to slide the end off but that would make it to easy I guess.
Thanks for jogging the memory on how to get at those.