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Need to know how to pull out ignition switch for a 1984 ford bronco

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    do u mean the lock cylinder or the actual electrical switch at the base of the steering column?



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If you can insert the key and turn it to the run position. Then look under the steering column where the key is you will see a hole in the plastic cover if you push the pin inside with a paper clip or pick of some sort then you should be able to pull the switch out. 
If you cant get to the pin then pull the lower cover from around the steering column where the switch is located it should have only (3) phillips screws holding it. 
Sorry if you get confused about the plastic cover around the steering wheel, can't remember if the 84's had that. But regardless on the underside of where the ignition switch is where you will find the pin hole.
Good luck and hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009


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