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The control head is actually part of the controls u see in the dash below the radio u can replace it by removing the trim like u were replacing the radio and u will be able to access the screws to the control head
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are two situations that are close to what you describe.
First, is your key STUCK in the ignition? if so, there's a little panel under the steering column, open that, and feel round under there for the latch to release the key. I don't remember what the dealer SAID the issue was, but it was solved with one of many steering column replacements for a different problem.
If the key goes in and out, but won't turn the cylinder... you may have a bad cylinder, a ruined key(bent? run over by car? goobered up lands? plain worn out?) Or, your steering lock is engaged. If it's the first, that's a mechanic replacment(hopefully dealer covered). The second? get a new key. The third? Hold some tension on the steering wheel and turn the key.
Finally, if your battery is dead, or your solenoid is shot, the key won't turn/release either. Use the stuck key removal method, so you can lock your car while waiting on dealer repair.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
replace the floor shifter. there is a switch on the shifter that allows the key to move. gm has had alot of problems with these shifters.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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