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How to remove and install new ignition switch into a 1995 firebird

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First you have to disconnect your battery, then remove the air bag and all of the goodies in your steering column down to your signal assembly.You then have to unplug the little white and purple wires(this is the security **** that goes to the switch) you then remove the small hex bolt that is holding the switch in place.Pull it out and replace with new switch,don't forget to plug the security wires back up or your car will not start.

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