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1.Remove steering wheel cover from screws in bottom
2. pop off horn cover should snap off
3. Unplug three plugs to switch assembly
4. Remove steering wheel nut pull steering wheel may need puller
5. unbolt switch assembly from ignition bracket about three bolts
6. remove switch assembly and lay to side
7. mark ignition bracket vertically and horizontally
9. remove two tamper proof bolts with chizel
10. unplug ignition switch and remove to bolts from rear of ignition switch and remove switch. installation is reverse of removal.
Check the ignition switch steering in column, it goes bad also over time, you cant fix or rebuilt it and its expensive unit, will have to buy a new unit or one from a junk yard, assuming the battery has a good charge and new starter. try to play with the ignition switch by turning the key back and forth many times and see if you get some kind of contact to the dash light or starter while everything is connected.
could be the main computer - but last time a saw - they where over a $1000.00 dollars. suggest finding some one to install a matching amperage circuit breaker in place of fuse. it will trip and automatically reset - caution : if problem gets worse, could cause wire melting and fire
The fuel pump has 2 sources of power, when you crank the engine power to the pump is supplied through the cranking circuit of the ignition switch, after it starts the power comes from the run circuit, you most likely have an issue with the ignition switch.