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To get to that and see what you'll need to fix it, you'll have to drop the column at least down and maybe have to remove it. Therre should be a horseshoe clamp on the underside of the dash with 2 or 4 bolts and this will allow you to lower the colmn to see what you can not get to right now.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sound's like your front diff is seized :( could be wrong but id check your front diff fluid for level, color and any metal shaving's as they will be a good start. hope this helped.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Solenoid or shifting governor. I am aware of a governor on the passenger side of that tranny. It has like a coat hanger type lock over it. It just pulls out once you get the cap off. Let me know if you can't find it.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
It is not necessary to have the dealer do this, think of the cash! Though it does require patience and time. The pin you are supposed to push in goes into a slot when you have it in run position, since you cannot turn it to run you have to make a slot for the pin to go into, with a drill. Be very careful as you only have a 1/4" of play before you break a washer behind the cylinder. Once you have drilled out the key far enough to the pin hole you can take a nail set and tap the pin up, you can tell when the pin clears the housing, then it just takes wiggle, patience and tinkering to get the cylinder to slide out, keep the green washer and the metal slot washer. Metal slot washer goes in first with green plastic washer ontop of that with lock cylinder in last. You can play around with the new lock cylinder and washer before insertion to determin correct direction.
Here are official directions with inoperable lock cylinder. They say drill out retaining pin but it just spun in circles for me - I looked at new cylinder and saw how it worked. retaining pin needs a place to go.
Removal & Installation (Non-Functional)
NOTE:Use this procedure to remove ignition lock cylinder if key is missing or cylinder is frozen.
Disconnect negative battery cable. Disable air bag system. See appropriate AIR BAG RESTRAINT SYSTEMS article in RESTRAINTS. Wait at least one minute for air bag back-up power supply to deplete. Remove steering wheel. See STEERING WHEEL . Using a 1/8" bit, drill out retaining pin located below lock cylinder on housing. DO NOT drill deeper than 1/2".
Using channel lock pliers, twist lock cylinder cap until it separates from lock cylinder. Using a 3/8" drill bit, drill down center of ignition lock key slot about 1 3/4" until lock cylinder breaks loose from its base.
Remove retainer, washer, and lock cylinder gear from housing. Remove metal shavings from lock cylinder bore. Replace housing if damaged. To install, reverse removal procedure. Connect negative battery cable. Check air bag system for proper system operation. See appropriate AIR BAG RESTRAINT SYSTEMS article in RESTRAINTS.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
It is not usually necessary to replace the slave cylinder. Remove the cylinder and wash in metho. Exmine it for rust, pitting or grooving. If ok scuff the glaze from the cylinder walls with 320 grit w&d paper and more metho. Wash well with metho dry and fit a new kit of rubbers. Lubricate these with brake fluid ot rubber grease as you assembe. Refit the slave cylinder and bleed out the air. Job done.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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