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Removal and installation
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1989 mustang
hello you can take a 1/2 in metal drill bit and drill straight through the center seams like a bad idea but does work once you cut the pin off the back it all falls apart then you just turn it to acc. with a screwdriver and install new one
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
sounds like you lost the set screw many vehicle have a set screw that holds it.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
The Jacks are powered off a hydraulic power unit that runs off the engine battery. There is a way to bleed the jacks down manualy, perhaps a valve on the power unit itself, but with many different manufacturers you will have to look for sure.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
you may want to hear this,but you may need to call a locksmith,for example:i broke my key off in my 94 Bronco at my work and needed to drive home,i had tools,but without the key you can not turn the switch to ACC in order to push the release button on the bottom of the switch(done with a paper clip),so i had to hammer on the switch until it was broken enough to turn it,the risk is damage to the column where the switch wont stay in place or will not function properly.Then a new steering column will have to be installed,fortunately i didnt damage my column.A locksmith is usually about $100.00,its sad because it only takes them about 2 minutes to remove the switch.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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