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Car won't turn over, where is the ignition switch located on a 1994 s10 blazer,battery is good.when you turn the key nothing there a safty switch somewhere in steering column?

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Youve got to remove the steering wheel, take the locking mecanism off, then the mecanism for the signal lights off....whitch should only have a few screws.....then where the ignition switch should see a screw that looks like it goes through the switch..remove that then give the ignition switch a tug or two and it should come out 

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