Question about 1983 Chevrolet Camaro
1) remove horn pad
2)looosen steering wheel nut
3) use steering wheel puller to remove steering wheel
4) use lock plate compression tool to push down lock plate and pry c-clip up onto lock compression tool unsrew and remove tool
5) lift compression plate out of way
6) remove turn signal acuator, then remove three screws that retain the turn signal harness
7)you will see white piece of platic to the right that is you buzzer button reomove it pull straight out
8) unscrew phillips screw that holds in ignition and pull ignition out. Hope this helps you
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
The ignition switch or the ignition tumbler? They are two different
things. The tumbler is where you put the key, and the ignition switch
is bolted to the bottom of the steering column.
If you are talking about replacing the ignition switch and your truck is equipped with an airbag (in 1995 Chevy trucks had them as standard equipment) you should probably go to an expert for this question. I would take the time to visit the local dealership and just find a mechanic and speak with him for a few minutes, chances are he'd help out.
Usually with airbag situations you are suppose to unplug the battery from the system and then wait xx minutes (I've heard from 15 to 60 minutes) in order to wait for the airbag electronic system to lose power, causing potential accidental deployment.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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