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88 Crysler Lebaron. Tilt wheel is loose. I have tightened these on GM products before. I have the steering colume broke down to the ignition switch but there there is no access to the bolts that are loose. How do I gain access to them on this Lebaron? Also. Do you have a detailed diagram of this colume?

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I'm sorry, I don't think you can get a pic for free, this will cost 25 bucks, or look for it on eBay for cheaper, a Haynes repair guide. http://haynes.com/products/?searchType=vehicleApplicationSearch2&searchEnd=yes&sfID1=&sfID2=&sfID3=&year=1993&make=Chrysler&model=LeBaron&x=6&y=6 copy and paste that into your address bar, or click if it's blue.

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as far as removing steering from rack youll need repair manual for your car. bolts, drill a hole in middle of bolts and pound proper size E-Z out into hole. turn ezout to left to remove. good luck.

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this is the problem with the steering wheel clockwork spring. The connector that brings the wires from the steering wheel instruments (hord, airbag, cruise control) and takes it through the steering column to the car body but allows steering wheel to rotate without breaking the wires. The dealer should have adivised you that there is a life long warrantly from manufacturer of this part. There was a recall notice issued by Chrysler in 2003/4 to bring in car for replacement of part if the Airbag light came on. I got mine done last year under the recall.

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sounds like their is a sticking or bad starter relay try going under the hood and tapping the relays with the back end of a screw driver. this will sometimes loosen the contacts and often works. it may also mean, blown fuses in the panel. several other options exist like if theirs no sound at all when you turn the key then theirs ignition problems usually result of bad battery.. but more then likely you hear something continuing on >> check that you have good spark and good plugs, this is very often the cause of your problem.

Posted on Dec 13, 2009

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SOURCE: ignition switch 1992 Lebaron

Hello! Disconnect +battery cable...Remove tilt lever...Remove 3 Torx column cover attaching screws...Then the upper and lower column column covers...Using a Torx with a security tip (also called tamper proof tip) #440-tx20H... Remove 3 ignition switch mounting screws...Carefully pull switch away from column...Release 2 connector locks on 7 terminal wiring connector...Then disconnect from ignition switch...Release connection lock on 4 terminal connector...Then disconnect from ignition switch.

Guru..................saailer

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