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I would suggest talking to a mechanic about this. Any auto repair is difficult when you don't have experience, but something like this could be impossible to figure out if you don't have excessive mechanical knowledge. Talking to a professional would help to ensure that the work would be done properly. http://www.pandtautomotive.com/
F150 is a Ford model truck, not GMC.
But at any rate, since I don't know if you have a Ford F150 of some kind, a 87 GMC S15 or some kind of 89 GMC with a V6 I will suggest taking the ignition module to an Auto Zone and having them test it (A free service). Also test the fuel pressure.
If a tune up and fuel filter has not been done in some time that could very well be an issue.
give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local library and get you hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your truck also would like to give you this information they sell only GM-parts its Scharm auto & truck parts 1-800-292-1032 and they website is www.schramauto.com
well you can try using a very small paper clip or the like and try to pry it out or you'll have to remove the ignition switch. a haynes auto repair manual at any auto parts store for 17$ will explain in detail.
First of all did you check the fuses? There should be one for the seats. If they're ok then get a Haynes Repair Manual for your 02 Envoy it'll probably even have illustrations showing you how to do it. Its my best advice, you can get one from just about any auto part store.