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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
under the cylnder is a very small hole. put the key in the switch and turn it until all the dash lights come on. then take a very still object like a small punch and push it in the small hole and pull out the ignition switch. sometimes u might have to hit the punch to push in the button.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
if you goto any auto parts store you can get a repair manual for your vehical. but i think that the neautral safty switch is no hooked up right.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
1. Disconnect Battery
2.Remove steering wheel 1 Clip then a size 13/16th Socket Clocked USE STEERING WHEEL PULLER FOR STEERING WHEEL 3. Use Steering Wheel LOCK RING Press Tool to remove it and its HOLD DOWN CLIP Horn Button & Spring will Come with it
4. Go to Lower Portion if Steering Collun and Disconnect and remove the BLACK Connecter that is Affixed to the Steer Collum
5..Back to the TOP Remove the 3 Screws that Hold the Turn Sygnal Assembly Down
6.Remove the Screw in the Center of the Hazaard Button
7. Remove the 1 Screw Holding Down the Turn Sygnal Lever
8.Now Carfully Pull the Entire Assembly OUT of the Center so as for it to be Out of your Way
9. Look CLOSLY at the Ignition Lock Cylinder Area and Locate Chromed Looking Button
10.. Push this Button While Slightly Pulling on the Ignition Key Lock and Remove Lock. NOTE If Lock seems th NOT want to come out you will need to Insert the IGNITION Key, But I Believe this 1972 Does Not Require the KEY
INSTALATION IS REVERSE PROCEDURE KEEPING A CLOSE EYE ON DETAIL. THIS SHOULDTAKE 2 HOURS
This is Off the Cuff as Most references DO NOT go Back to 1972 And I have Conducted this Procedure Literaly Hundreds of times
Posted on May 12, 2010
yes the steering wheel must be pulled, this is a real complicated jub. I have done 100's and still hate it everytime i get one at the shop of the Ford dealer i work at. Make darn sure u disarm the airbag properly!
Posted on May 27, 2010
I recommend you pick up the Haynes or Chilton's repair manual on your vehicle. That will provide the diagram and instructions on how to properly do the job you have in mind.
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
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