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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes, you have to use a stearing wheel puller to pull the wheel off . get at you local parts store or use their loaner tool.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
its a long process,you need a steering wheel puller, once its off take the hazard button assembly out, take the turn signal loose, pull old ignition out, carefully install new one, and reverse procedure and always if u get confused i would highly recomend
a chiltons manual they explain things great
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
the metal plate in front of you has to come off there is a very thin clip that holds this .they make a com presser tool so that you can push it down to get the clip.after that is removed you will see the turn signal switch it is held in by three screws the top right one is hidden behind the switch .flip the turn signal like your going right . then pull switch out a little and let hang .then you will see a torx screw a T25 REMOVE SCREW.turn key to the run position then pull out. then reverse
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Without taking the tilt mechanism off you can only reach 2 of the 3 bolts. If you use 1/4 in. socket on 1/4 in drive with 6 in extension you can just get at the left bolt. If you remove the tilt spring you can get to the bottom bolt. To remoce tilt spring retainer use standard Phillips.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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