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Old 12-30-2009, 11:24 AM
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Installing a steering wheel in the cold and the damn thing snapped on me. So, as the title says, now I need a clock spring for my 95. Let me know what you guys have. Thanks
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I have the clicker thingy that holds the mechanisms for the wipers and turn signal, but need a white plastic thingy with the cogs. Trade?
I have this

I need the white thingy NOT cut up or modified in any way:
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If I had an extra I would do it in a heartbeat...
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I have a complete combination switch, are the 90-93 compatible with 94-97??
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? I'm not sure. This is what I need...
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I have the complete assembly without cruise control for a 90-93, IDK if is compatible with yours. Does anyone know??
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I think they are... Does it have the same plugs as the one in the picture? There are three wires that come into and out of the clock.
All I need is the clock assembly, it is held in with three or four little screws once you pull the shroud off of the steering column.
Hustler needs the white piece that goes behind it to cancel the turn signals.
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There was an additional wire and plug in the 90, not sure when that changed.
The 94-97 are the same. I have one from a 94 and 96, PM me if you still need it.
It is my understanding that if the airbag has been deployed, then the clockspring will not be any good.
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Thanks harley
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Let me know if you dont take anything from harleybutter, I'll snap some shots of it.
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I'll check mine tonight and if it works I can send it to you for a tank of gas, lol.
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Flipt and hustler, PM me i have what you guys need if still interested
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I should have one in the mail from harley. Thanks though guys.
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did someone say they still have an NA assembly available? I'm stuck for one..
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I have clocksprings available or combo switch assys.
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thanks folks! Have one on its way.
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