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Down on the steering tube near the firewall, on top of the tube. To make access easier, drop the column by removing the 4 bolts that collapse aboutment to the dash frame, then you can see the actual electrical portion of the switch. It is retained by 2 break off screws that you need to cut a slot into to engage a screw driver for removal. There is also a small pin that is supposed to hold the harness to the switch itself. If it was made in the Kansas City plant, it may not be present. If you are replacing the switch, make sure the date is 93 or newer. Do not reuse an older model switch as it was among the numbers involved in the recall back in the 1990's..
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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