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Volkswagen golf ignition replacement 2003 model

How do u get past the steering to access the ignition switch

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If your Golf is like my Audi A4, you'll have to remove the steering wheel in order to access all the column trim screws. Do that, and you can remove the column trim to get to the ignition switch.

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