Question about 1990 GMC Sierra
You will require a steering column lock-plate tool to compress the spring-loaded lock-plate and then you can remove the lock-plate securing ring using either snap-ring/e-ring pliers or by using two small screwdrivers to pry the lock-plate securing ring off of the steering shaft. Here are some images to assist you, and at most auto part stores you can purchase a lock-plate tool or rent one, and some will even loan them to you if you have purchased a part from them, and also note in the image that the lock-plate securing ring is being removed using a screwdriver if the proper snap-ring pliers can not be obtained. It might also be necessary to remove the screws securing the turn-signal switch and position it out of the way to access the ignition tumbler retaining screw, and let me know if you require any further assistance.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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