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Remove the plastic cover from the steering column. The cover is two pieces held together by screws that thread through the bottom piece of plastic into the top piece. Remove the screws and pull the cover off. This exposes the large square ignition switch. The key cylinder connects to the ignition switch.
Remove the tamper-proof Torx screws that secure the ignition to the steering column using a tamper-proof Torx driver. You can get this type of Torx driver from your local auto part store.
Pull the wiring harness out of the ignition switch.
Place the ignition key into the cylinder and turn it onto the auxiliary position. Push the metal pin on the ignition switch in using a screwdriver and slide the ignition cylinder half way out of the ignition switch. Turn the key to the off position and slide the cylinder all the way out of the ignition switch.
Place the key into the new cylinder, slide the cylinder into the ignition switch half way. Turn the key to the auxiliary position and slide the cylinder in the rest of the way. Remove the key from the cylinder.
Press the wiring harness onto the ignition switch.
Secure the switch to the steering column using the tamper-proof Torx driver.
Place the covers back onto the steering column and secure them using the screwdriver.
May just be some dirty fuel, or clogged dirty air filter...try putting 2 bottles of fuel injector/carb cleaner in the tank to be sure dirty fuel has been treated. Did your Dynasty sit for a period of time? (Not driven or run for several months, or did you let the fuel tank get very low? Same remedy. Hope this helps..
your ignition switch may be going bad. suggest this, turn key to off position,wiggle sterring wheel while removing your key. this won't last long though. you can try not stressing the steering by not parking on a hill,or parking the car where the steerings going to be in a [bind] or it may be only a ignition switch going bad,you can try this 1st though,while you're attempting to turn your key on, turn your steering wheel to right and left gently,if this works,your ignition switch is worn.if you continue to park the car in a bind,[on a hill] [up or down] it will get worse. and you will have to replace the ignition switch.
it sounds to me like its in the ignition switch.
if it does it while u are driving take the sterring wheel and pull the tilt handle and lift it up and down.
sometimes the wires in the sterring colum go bad and u have to replace the switch because the wires are about a foot long on them.
im not compleatly sure so dont go tearing about ur sterring collum till u find out if thats what it is.
but yeah try tilting the sterring wheel up and down when it does it and see it it makes a difference.
1.You will have to remove steering wheel.
2. Remove lock plate.
3. Remove turn signal harness.
4. Remove horn harness and spring
5. Remove #15 torx screw.
6. Insert key and turn to ACC position
7. Slide out cylinder and replace
8. Reinstall in reverse order.
While not likely, it is possible that the light bulbs in both sides are have bad filaments. Turn on ignition key (but don't start engine). Then turn on parking lamps (first detent or "click" on headlamp switch). Walk around car and look for illumination on front parking lamps and rear tail lights. Turn on the right turn signal. Are those (right hand) lamps now changing brilliance? Try the left turn signal in the same manner. Are those (left hand) front and rear lights changing briiliance? Take note of any positions that did NOT change briliance when the turn signals were activated. If NONE changed briliance, you either have a bunch of bad bulbs (unlikely) or a bad flasher (more likely) or a bad turn signal switch (most likely) or perhaps wiring problems (possible if the car has been in a collision or has been "worked on" by some "non-expert" mechanic). Check the action of the emergency flasher control switch located on the steering column (facing up). Pushing it in (down) should result in the button going to two different heights alternately (low, high, low, high). You could just have bad flashers or corroded flasher contacts! Good luck!
you have to take the steering wheel off the take all that assembly behind the sterring wheel apart then take the sub dash off and take two bolts off between the sub dash and dash then right behind that should be two copper looking pises that fit together and pull that metal sterring collomn out the it chould be right there bhing you key hole screwed in it is a white relay looking piece