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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
need a special tool to remove the locking plate behind steering wheel then pull turn signal switch back a little then remove screw that keeps lock cylinder in place
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
Remove the horn button, nut the pull the wheel off with a puller.Remove the lock plate retaining spring using a Lock plate press. Remove the directional switch screws (3).. Lift that switch out of the way to remove the ignition lock screww
Pull out ign Lock Cylinder
Reverse this procedure to install
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
SOURCE: HOW DO I REMOVE THE
You will have to remove all the cowlings from the steering column to access the ignition lock and switch. With the correct key inserted and selected to, probably, the ACC position, you should be able to push on either a pin or a tongue that protrudes from the switch into the housing and the pull the whole lock/switch mechanism out.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
SOURCE: i have a 1976 chevelle,ignition
The switch itself is pretty easy. Its located down towards the bottom of the column, on top the tube, near the brake pedal arm.
Some times it helps to remove the two nuts that hold the column up so you can get to the plugs and the small screws on the switch.
Push the taps on the wire connectors and unplug them. One comes out first as there may be a tab on it that the other sits on top of. (I forget which)
Remove the two screws (5/16 heads if memory serves me) and lift the switch off a rod. (this rod is an actuator rod that moves when the key cylinder is turned)
Turn the key so you can be sure that is was the switch itself making it hard to turn
Install the new switch making sure the rod end goes into a hole in the slider part of the switch.
Put the screws in and snug them down.
Turn the key back to the ACC position. Male sure in clicks well into that position. Then turn it to start. If it does not click well into the ACC possition or has to go was far to the Start position you may need to adjust the switch. That is why the holes are slotted where it mounts.
Posted on Sep 08, 2011
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