The universal tilt column offers the added comfort of tilt as well as self-canceling turn signals, 4-way flashers, horn wiring and a standard dress-up kit. Designed for floor shift applications, steel columns are 2" in diameter, aluminum columns are 2-1/4" in diameter and both feature a 8-position tilt. Available in your choice of paintable steel, chrome-plated steel, black powder-coated steel, brushed aluminum or polished aluminum. .
- Self-Canceling Turn Signals
- 4-Way Flashers
- Horn Wiring
- Standard Dress-up Kit Steel Columns are available with the following added features: Tilt Floor Shift with Key Ignition: The convenience of an electric internal ignition switch that includes an electric ignition switch, relays and (2) coded keys. Tilt Floor Shift with Touch-N-Go Start Ignition: Keyless ignition includes a small control box, (2) programmable key FOBs with an adjustable distance range up to 15 ft. Notes:
- Steering Wheel Adapter is required on 1969 or newer GM passenger cars
- Ignition switch is not available with aluminum columns
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