Question about 2003 GMC Envoy
It is not too bad on that one. You just remove the column covers. Remove the knee bolster. Disconnect the battery, Remove the key in ignition buzzer switch with a small flat blade screwdriver, by unlocking the tab on top and turning it clockwise. Unplug the 3 wire passlock sensor. Turn the key to the run position and with a small allen wrench there is a hole on top of the lock case. Push down and the lock cylinder will come out. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Fig. Fig. 1 Turn the ignition switch to the RUN position and push the lock cylinder release pin with a suitable punch while ...
Fig. Fig. 2 ... pulling out the lock cylinder
Fig. Fig. 3 Remove 3 steering column shroud retaining screws and ...
Fig. Fig. 4 ... remove the upper and ...
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Fig. Fig. 7 ... detach the switch electrical connectors to remove the switch
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