Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: Austin, TX, USA
The only help I can give is that every circuit needs to be traced. I'd start by disconnecting the connector at the fuse block and pull the fuse block down where you can work on it. You can separate the connector panel from the fuse panel and see the colors and get access to each connection point. Then, with a schematic in hand, I'd start ohming out each circuit until I was sure everything was fine. It's possible that the new steering column is wired a bit different that a 1st gen. If that turns out to be the case, you'll end up removing the pins from the plug and reinserting them in the appropriate hole.
Sorry, I can't offer a quick solution. You'll have to get an ohm meter, flashlight, note pad and schematic to figure this one out.
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