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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you do not have to remove the steering wheel. there are 2 or 3 screws under he column then the shroud comes off then the switch is on the left side you will need to remove one small tamper proof torques screw(the star bit with the whole in the center) note there is more then one screw there but only one holds it to the column then pop the switch off, you have to pull and wiggle it to get it loose.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
the mechanic should check the ignition switch,the wires, the fuses, the ignition assembly ,the rotor coil, the starter solenoid and the connection of the ignition switch to the battery . If there is a worn out or destroyed spare parts then repair or replace them .the wires , if there are loose wires or worn out wires reconnect them or replace them.the fuses if there are worn out or destroyed fuses then replace them also.These are the causes of electrical problem of truck .If these said spare parts are being checked or replace then the car problem can be solved. the truck won't start because of some electrical problem not being seen . to be checked.And don't forget the connection of the battery to the ignition system . if there is a wire loose then re connect if worn out then replace.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Disconnect and isolate the negative (ground) battery cable. This will disable the air bag system. Failure to disconnect the battery could result in accidental deployment and possible personal injury. Allow the system capacitor to discharge for two minutes then begin air bag system component removal.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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