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HZ premier steering column power problem

Hi all,

Sorry if this seems a basic problem, have done some searches and think I have a problem with the power feed to the steering column in the prem.

I’ve replaced the steering column and have power to the ignition. The engine starts and stops perfectly with the ignition switch. Have power to the oil, temp, petrol and charge gauges. Tacho works.

I don’t have any horns, indicators or anything from the stalk. Have removed steering wheel and checked all pins with a voltmeter on both long thin plugs to harness. Nothing.

Is there something basic I’m missing or a few tips to help check what the problem is getting power to the column?

Thanks for any help

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should be 2 plus one for ignition etc other for indicators etc
if you have connected both
check the fuse box for power
might be as simple as a blown fuse or the wiring blocks not quite pushed together

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my thort was the ignition switch, this could be the problem ? but make sure the wire harness is pushed in and the terminals are clean.
Let us know how you go mate, and best of luck for the new year mate

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"just my 2cents worth"

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did you work out the problem mate ?

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"just my 2cents worth"

"were going to need a bigger shed"
trippled75@yahoo.com.au
This will take You to" Old Holden sheds"
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Problem solved.

Cleaned the switch, cleaned the two plugs from the column to the harness, replaced fuse.

Made sure that the plugs were plugged into the right plug in harness as a wrong plug will blow the fuse.

I can now use indicators and lights. Thanks for all the help!

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