Hey hey. I posted this message in another Chevy group but figured I'd
try here too.
I have a '95 S-10 Standard and managed to break the Hazard button on
my steering column. Go me. So basically my hazards run all the time
unless I pull the fuse. But, pulling the fuse kills my brake lights.
Pulling the hazard flasher kills my turn signals all together. The
switch is broke in such a way that it will not lock in the off
Now, I know you all probably hate my logic, but I'm going to ask you
anyway. This is a $130.00 part to replace, and I'm considering other
possibilities before I do the job correctly, and empty my account.
I'm wondering if I can just put a toggle switch on one of the leads
under the steering column to make a new switch. However, I'm a little
stumped by the wiring diagram and can't tell if this is possible to
start with and certainly don't have any idea which color wire would be
my best bet. They all come into a central connecter and I can't track
which one(s) go to the switch. If anyone is bored and feels proving
themselves smarter then I, maybe you wouldn't mind taking a gander at
the diagram shooting me a couple of suggestions? (Haynes Page 12-35)
No one I've talked to has ever run into a problem like this, so I'm
not expecting much in the way of help. But, any ideas are certainly
appreciated. Thank ya.