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Re: replace ignition switch
Take the shroud cover (plastic around column) off. Where the key goes in at the top it should be completely covered by metal. Where the key was is at the top measure 1/2 inch in take a small punch and punch a hole through the metal very thin metal there will be a retaining spring under the push down on it and pull the switch out
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you need haynes repair manual for 1993 suburban it has photos and information you need to help you replace ignition switch.i am mechanic i use haynes,chiltons and gm manuals.if you are a home mechanic do it your self you need haynes repair manual it has step by step instructions to remove the steering wheel and remove lower steering column reason i say need haynes repair because your steering wheel has a air bag in it you need to see how to remove air bag in steering wheel you need to read through the entire ignition switch removal procedure if you are going to replace ignition switch with keylock cylinder you will also need steering wheel puller. you need a tool compress lock plate to remove lock plate retaining ring from steering shaft in order to get to the ignition switch in the steering column below turn signal switch.
Remove the electrical plug that is plugged into the fuse box which powers the ignition switch. Remove the two bolts holding the ignition switch in place. Some Honda
vehicles have blank head bolts or round head bolts. In this case, you
will need to cut a groove into the center of the bolt head with a dremel
and use a flat tip screwdriver to remove the bolt. Or you can try
removing the bolt using a center punch and a hammer to turn the screw
bolt counterclockwise. Pull the ignition switch out of the steering column and install the new switch. Installation is the reverse of removal.
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1. Disconnect battery 2. Disable Supplemental Restraint System (Airbags) 3. Remove traction control switch from rear of center console plate 4. Open console lid and remove screws at front of console 5. Pull console plate up to release clips and slide over shifter 6. Pull rearward to release clips retaining instrument panel accessory trim plate to instrument panel 7. Remove screws attaching radio to instrument panel 8. Disconnect electrical connectors and remove radio 9. Take down instrument panel hush panels and disconnect courtesy lights. Remove hush panels 10. Remove knee bolster and knee bolster bracket from driver's side below steering column 11. Remove screws from IPC trim plate 12. Pull out instrument panel cluster trim plate to release from retainers 13. Remove trip odometer and reset switch from IPC trim plate 14. Remove IPC trim plate 15. Remove screws from IPC and pull IPC out 16. Disconnect electrical connectors from IPC and remove IPC from the instrument panel 17. Disconnect ignition switch connectors 18. Turn ignition switch to the ACC position and remove park lock cable from ignition switch 19. Turn ignition switch to ON position 20. Depress and hold locking tab on right side of ignition switch with a small, flat-bladed screwdriver and pull ignition lock cylinder from ignition switch 21. Remove ignition switch bezel from ignition lock cylinder 22. Remove screws attaching ignition switch to bracket 23. Remove ignition switch through the IPC opening 24. To install, reverse procedure
You don't need to remove the housing. The switch mechanism can be removed and replaced with a new one. With the key in the ignition in the lock position, there is a button in the face of the housing that you depress and the switch slides out. Slide in the new switch. Learned this the hard way. The local garage replaced the whole unit in the corolla after several hours work and a lot swearing. They gave me the old unit when I picked up the car and after a few minutes of studying it I discovered that it was quite simple to change. Good luck.
key switch,remove center cap and pull steering wheel off with wheel puller.disconect horn,blinkers assembly.push pin remove ignition. ignition switch, remove panel under dash un bolt steering colum lower to seat un screw ignition from top steering colum un hook rod,un plug harnees put new one on put back together
BMW ignition lock replacing. According to manual no special tools needed. here procedure!
Ignition elec switch. Disconnect battery. 2. remove trimpanel from lower leftside of instrument panel. remove screw retaining lower steering column and remove cove. 3. remove slotted screws on both side of switch. 4. relase tabs and remove switch from elec harnass and remove sealer.. note: before mating new ignition elec switch check that switch is in correct position. seal screws again.
Ignition lock cylinder replacing. 1. insert master key and turn 60 deg to radio position. 2. inset piece of stiff wire into opening in lock cylinder and pull cylinder out. (Note early models up to 10/95 turn lock cylinder back 12 deg to release)
you need to remove the steering wheel with a puller then remove the screw holding the blinker lever now remove the three screws holding the directional switch you will need a special tool to remove the steering lock ring if you don't have this tool you can not remove it after you remove the ring remove the buzzer contacts and remove the screw for the ignition cylinder and put in new cylinder