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Im trying to replace a ignition switch on a 1999 voyeger how do i get the switch out im having trouble please help me please

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REMOVE IGNITION SWITCH TORX HEAD MOUNTING SCREWS DEPRESS THE IGNITION SWITCH RETAINING TABS THEN DETACH THE SWITCH FROM THE STEERING WHEEL. BEFORE INSTALLING THE IGNITION SWITCH MAKE SURE THAT THE KEY IS IN THE ON POSITION AND THE ACTUATOR SHAFT IN THE KEY LOCK CYLINDER HOUSING IS IN THE ON POSITION. ALSO MAKE SURE SQUARE RECEPTACLE IN THE IGNITION SWITCH IS IN THE ON POSITION.THEN INSTALL THE IGNITION SWITCH. MAKE SURE THAT THE RETAINING TABS SNAP IN TO PLACE. TO REMOVE KEYLOCK CYLINDER.PUT THE KEY LOCK CYLINDER IN THE ON POSITION, DEPRESS THE KEY LOCK CYLINDER

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