Column ID help please...

dkamp

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I have a steering column I was told it was MFR by Saginaw and is from 75-76 Chrysler New Yorker or Large Chrysler, or Eldorado Style
Has anyone actually seen this column on a vehicle?

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I'm trying to locate the parts so that I can get the Telescopic feature to work again.
I need the two parts in the Red Circles.
Any info or Part Number will be appreciated.
Thank you !!!
David
 

Mikes5thAve

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It's from the new yorker style you mentioned and maybe Cordoba of that time also. The column itself is probably the same one or close to what GMs with tilt/telescoping had also.
 

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I guess you looked closely for a part number stamped on the column. Definitely looks to be Cordoba or New Yorker 75-78 from the cruise control stalk, horn pad, and shift lever.
 

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I have looked in detail for any form of casting number or part number on the column.
If anyone has a 75-78 New Yorker with Tilt can i get pictures of the end of the column that sticks out of the firewall side?
David
 

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I have a steering column I was told it was MFR by Saginaw and is from 75-76 Chrysler New Yorker or Large Chrysler, or Eldorado Style
Has anyone actually seen this column on a vehicle?

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I'm trying to locate the parts so that I can get the Telescopic feature to work again.
I need the two parts in the Red Circles.
Any info or Part Number will be appreciated.
Thank you !!!
David
Because it's a Saginaw column, the parts you need would be common to any car i.e. Cadillac that has a tilt/telescope column. There must be somebody on this site who has the 1978 Pass Car Parts catalog or if all else fails, check a local dealer to see if they still have their catalogs or last resort check out a GM dealer.
 
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