1975 Chevy Steering Column Diagram
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For 1975, catalytic converters were added to keep up with federal emission stan— dards. Also during the 19705, Checker began using the fullsize Chevrolet steering column assembly including the steering wheel, shift lever and ignitio n switch.Air cleaner, 33 Air conditioning compressor, 139 Air conditioning condenser, 140 Alternator and generator, 125 Alternator, 126 Automatic transmission, 58 Battery tray, 130 Booster chamber, 101 Brake drum, 107 Brake pedal pad, 110 Brake pedal, 109 Bumper, front,.174 Bumper, rear, 174 Calipers, 111 Camshaft, 20 Carburetor, 30 Carburetor, Holley , 32 Carburetor, Rochester, 30 Carter carburetor, 32 Connecting rods, 18 Console, 233 Convertible lift assembly, 192 Convertible top 3. Remove the shaft snapring on 1975 and later models. Remove the steering wheel nut. 4. Mark the wheeltoshaft relationship, and then remove the wheel with a puller. 5. Install the wheel on the shaft aligning the previously made marks. rack assembly. A gear on the end of the lock cylinder engages the toothed upper end of the rod. 1. Lower the steering column; be sure to properly support it. 2. Put the switch in "Lock" position on models through 1977 and the "OffUnlocked" Chevrolet Vega 197177,.Chevrolet Monza 197580, Pontiac Astre 197577, Pontiac Sunbird 197580, Oldsmobile Starfire 197580, Buick Skyhawk 197580 Chilton Book Company. 6. Remove the steering column lower plastic retainer, insulation, and screws. Remove the column instrument panel stud nuts and Disconnect the inlet and oulet lines and the oil bleed line from the VIR (receiver dryer) assembly, on 197577 systems. 4. Remove the VIR to blower case strap screw, and On March 15, 1977, St. Louis assembly completed the 500,000th Corvette. This coupe was one of 49,213 GM Media Archive Safety activists who belabored rollover injury risks, Chevrolet Watched convertible sales slip from a high of twotoone against coupes to one of every eight Corvettes produced in 1975..The division The most popular option was the tilt/telescoping Steering column ($165) and the least was a new trailertowing package (just 289 takers at $83). Cruise control Install hood release mechanism and steering column cover. 12. Install steering wheel on steering shaft. 13. Connect battery ground cable and check steering column operation. 197879 Fairmont & Zephyr, Figs. 16 thru 21 Removal 1. Disconnect battery ground cable. 2. Remove the two nuts retaining flexible coupling to flange on steering input shaft, then disengage safety strap and bolt assembly from flexible coupling. 3. On column shift automatic transmission models, disconnect Remove the column to instrument panel trim plates and attaching nuts. 4. Lower the.steering column. Be sure that the steering column is supported at all times in order to prevent damage to the column, disconnect the switch wire connectors. 5. Remove 1982 manual steering gear assembly Power Steering Gear REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 198489 1. Disconnect The correct belt tension is 125 lbs. for a new belt and 75 lbs. for an old belt using tension gauge J23600. 5. Once the Chevrolet Lumina Apv Pontiac Trans Sport Oldsmobile Silhouette, 199091 : Covers All U.S. and Canadian Models Dean Morgantini. 61 . Gearshift lever bowl assembly 62. Steering column jacket assembly 63. Ignition switch actuator assembly 64. Ignition switch assembly 65. Dimmer and ignition switch mounting stud Front brake pipes. Exploded view of the tilt.steering column Disassembled view of the master cylinder. 1 . Hexagon locking nut (M 14x1.5) 2. Shaft lock cover 3.Emblem Screw (#818 x Vfe") Screw (#1032 x %") Steering column assembly Steering wheel release lever Hub assembly Horn button cap retainer Emblem Horn button cap Steering column spacer 25. Lock knob screw 26. Nut (M14 x 1.5) 27. Screw (#1024 x .75) EMBLEM CAP INSULATOR EYELET RETAINER SNAP RING. 6. If it is necessary to disassemble the steering wheel, remove the three screws securing the steering wheel and separate; then remove the four screws securing INSTRUMENT PANEL WIRING HARNESS DIMMER SWITCH ELECTRICAL 5 BEZEL ASSEMBLY, INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER TRIM PLATE 75 CARRIER. INSTRUMENT Lift coil assembly from steering.shaft and allow to hang from wire, then remove wave washer. 6. Using a Remove lower left hand trim panel, then remove connector position assurance and disconnect yellow two way Supplemental Inflatable Restraint connector at base of steering column. 4. Disconnect