What is the color code for the column turn signal and start switch on a 1984 f-150


Asked by May 30, 2015 at 03:50 PM about the 1984 Ford F-150 STD Standard Cab LB

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What is the color code on the steering column, for the turn signal and start switch on a 1984 f-150

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Are you looking for the colors of the wires? Or the outer casing of the steering column itself? The color of the outer casing will be the "trim code". This can usually be found, on Ford Products, on a sticker located on the driver's door jam. For the wiring color codes your local repair shop may be able to print out a diagram for you from Alldata. HTH. -Jim


Are you selecting the group of parts used to build the column and select which column is installed in that platform at the factory? The paint markings on the switches is best found today, by inspecting a column in a wrecking yard that is unmolested. I can attest to the paint marker color being there, but Ford parts has never asked me for it. We have used that as an indicator for whether one had been previously replaced, when our files did not have a file for that vin. If memory serves, they were bright green, blue, red or yellow markings if that is what you mean, compare to another


unless this is a serious investigation, in which case that info has already been provided to the authority for identification among other types of identifying marks or engineering numbers. I hope one of us is addressing this like you are thinking. If you want to paint your upper mast jacket, you get that paint from the parts counter at your ford dealer or discuss your choices for a parts store that carries that type of paint today. (used to be martin seynour)


We could get a very nice matching finish with that paint from NAPA. If we havent figured out yet, what you mean, please elaborate.

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