79 Monte Carlo Turn Signal Lever Help

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  1. Morgenroete

    Morgenroete Not-quite-so-new-guy

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    Hello all I am new here and I am hoping someone can help me with my Monte.
    I have a 79 Monte Carlo that is missing the turn signal lever. It should look like this
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    On the inside the column it appears that the piece that the lever snaps into is busted. It looks like a black plastic cylinder with 2 perpendicular pins coming out either side. I believe it is part for controlling the high beams. My car has a tilt steering column, no cruise control and has the wiper switch in the dash. I'm confused, every time i search for tilt column turn signal lever I find products and information on the next generation lever where the wiper controls is in the lever. If anyone can help It'd be greatly appreciated.

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    Morgen
     
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    Welcome to the site Morgen! Perhaps you can post up an introduction thread in New Users and tell us a little bit about yourself and the Monte you're working on. Oh and we all love pics....

    That looks like the one I posted in this thread...

    https://gbodyforum.com/threads/78-malibu-turn-signal-lever-help.61391/

    That lever was the base for non cruise equipped Malibu's, Monte's and El Camino's from 78-81. In 82 the wipers moved to the lever and of course changed a fair bit. I'm not sure I've got any left but I can have a look.
     
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    Welcome Morgan, I'll look in my parts also.
     
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    Morgenroete Not-quite-so-new-guy

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    Yes sorry I had the lever with the black cylinder object on the end but it has been lost and that image was what brought me here. Everything I searched for led me to dress up kits for c10s on eBay. I think I may be okay for the lever, I have a local friend who may have one. However The black cylindrical plastic object is the part I can't even find a picture of on anywhere. Its like it doesn't exist. If you can help that'd be great!

    Also This is my baby. I got her Summer 2016 and have been slowly putting TLC into her.
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    Nice. Welcome from Iowa.
     
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    Welcome from SW Georgia. If you guys don't have one let me know. I think I do
     
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    I couldn't find anything. :(
     
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    Morgenroete Not-quite-so-new-guy

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    Thanks for the warm welcome

    Thank you for trying michmalibuman.

    In April 2017 the only you-pick-it-yourself yard in my area burned to the ground. It really hurt and crippled the local car community.
    https://globalnews.ca/news/3361232/3-alarm-fire-breaks-out-at-auto-wrecking-yard-in-scarborough/

    I think the cylinder maybe called a high beam return switch but that leads nowhere on google. I'm trying to restore her to stock but I'm thinking if I can't find the part I'll have to wire in a floor high beam switch.
     
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    That's a pretty good looking Monte! I didn't realize that you were in Canada as well..sorry to see that you lost a local wrecker.

    I had a look last night for the turn lever, sorry to say I don't have one at this time. I think I had 5 or 6 here at one time but all have been sold/sent out. I have 1 column that I would call a "parts" column...however it is non tilt, and I'm not sure if it will matter for that hi beam return switch or not.

    I am also supposed to be collecting parts from 3 or 4 Malibu parts cars so hopefully I can help you out with at least the turn lever. I'm not sure I'll be able to pull columns or not. I can look into that column I have at my storage locker maybe the part is the same for tilt and non tilt?
     
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    She's a beaut. I don't normally like the 78-80 montes, but I'll make an exception this time. :p
     
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