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Rotary lift will NOT lower...has a code of 10 beeps...it will raise up.

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  • Evelyn Craig Jun 06, 2012

    I guess what my question is, is, what could be wrong with my rotary lift that it will not lower with the touch pad? It will raise with the touch pad....but will not lower. It gives a "10 beep" beep....I assume that is a code.

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2017

    maybe there is something blocking it

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Exploded view of the steering column nacelle (cover) mounting

Remove the rotary coupler, as follows:
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  • Disconnect rotary coupler connector from harness.
  • Remove rotary coupler.
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View of the rotary coupler

  1. Release passive coil from steering column lock and lower the coil without disconnecting the harness.
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  4. Remove 2 screws securing switch, carefully raise edge of switch bracket to clear location peg and remove switch.
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Release front wiper delay connector (3) from column switch mounting bracket and disconnect from harness. Disconnect the wiper switch connector (4), then remove the switch mounting screws (5)

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  2. Connect harness connector to switch.
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