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1991 buick regal, i need instructions on how to replace a ignition switch

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    is this the key cylinder or the switch down on the steering column base.

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Key switch,remove center cap and pull steering wheel off with wheel puller.disconect horn,blinkers assembly.push pin remove ignition. ignition switch, remove panel under dash un bolt steering colum lower to seat un screw ignition from top steering colum un hook rod,un plug harnees put new one on put back together

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