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I believe it's easier to connect to the column first, then bolt/screw the indicator in place...... At least that's how I did it on a '76 Silverado. 

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On my standard (later TILT wheel) 71 Monte, yea, I forgot about it and broke it when lowering the steering column after lowering it after it was unhooked, several times in prior years.

I remember removing the one screw attached to the column then lowering the column. It was not difficult.

 

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