I am finally getting back to work on my 73 mustang. The first thing I decided to repair was the turn signal switch. I thought it would be easy to change it out. Pulled my steering wheel and it's right there 4 screws and it's free. Except, it's got this wiring harness that runs down the column, through a very tight space, with a connector to the main harness that you need the strength of Hercules to disconnect. I wasted a lot of time before I dropped the steering column (slightly) and just cut the wires to the old harness so I could pull the connector out from behind all the extremely sharp dash mounting brackets out to where I could get my hands on it. I still had to use a screwdriver to pry apart the two sides of the connector. That was a total pain. It's as if that part was never supposed to ever be replaced. I'll post pictures and the step by step later this week once I have everything back together.