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How to remove the ignition switch in a 1993 Jeep Cherokee?

How do i remove the ignition switch in a 1993 Jeep Cherokee ?

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The ignition switch or the key cylinder?

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RTM yet,
what is loredo.
what jeep model, cherokee?
my guess its a Cherokee Laredo. 1988
with a 4.0L inline six engine, and the horrid French Renix EFI injection system. (had 2 , i did, hug mileage packed up.)
this jeep books are hard to find, sold mine, from 1988 .
the ignition switch is not hard.
the early XJ jeep by AMC (of Rambler fame)

1993 xj book is free, and not rare like 88s
i call it behind the 8 ball.
read chapter 19- page 50
on XJ 93


http://www.morris4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

i think the 88s the switch is x10 more easy
and more easy to steal.(thus the change)
ive posted answers here on this car, before with same year
and same exact question.

ever use google on the rare, its about all there is...
its in plain site if you look, not buried like 93s
http://ww2.justanswer.com/uploads/molurch/2011-08-20_210858_jign.pdf



off masters site
http://www.eanswer.com/jeep/5fu97-jeep-cherokee-procedure-install-new-ignition-switch.html

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Have a 93 jeep cherokee. Ignition is locked in the on position, will not crank over, but there is power.


If the key will not turn past the on position, and it turns to all other positions then you need to replace your ignition switch, if it doesn't turn anywhere but the on position then you need to replace your tumbler. For the ignition switch you will need a mechanic, for the tumbler you will need a locksmith.

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Without Air Bag The ignition switch is located on the lower part of the steering column.
  1. Place the ignition in the LOCK position

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Ignition/dimmer switch assembly

  1. Remove any components necessary to access the switch.
  2. Remove the two switch mounting screws.
  3. Disconnect the switch from the rod.
  4. Disconnect the wiring and remove the switch.
To install:


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Ignition switch rod positioning

  1. On non-tilt columns:
    1. Move the ignition switch slider to the OFF unlocked position (move the slider all the way down, then back two clicks). The remote rod hole in the ignition switch slider should now be centered.
    2. Insert the remote rod in the ignition switch slider hole and install the ignition switch on the steering column. Tighten the attaching screws to 35 inch lbs. (4 Nm).
  2. On tilt columns:
    1. Insert the ignition key in the lock cylinder and turn the cylinder to the OFF unlocked position.
    2. Move the ignition switch downward to eliminate any slack and tighten the attaching screws to 35 inch lbs. (4 Nm).
  3. Install any components removed for switch access.

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Disconnect negative battery cable, remove upper and lower covers (three screws); remove the ignition switch mounting screws.

Pull switch away from the column and remove the connectos from the ignition switch.

Also I suggest check the 93ZJ-Secc-8D-Ignition-Systems for more details and graphics.

I hope helps with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

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Your ignition switch is probably bad. Pull one from the junkyard to save money and you will be up in no time.

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