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Hi y'all. Need a little more information. Like, do you need to replace the entire steering column? Or do you just need to get it out of the way to get at something else? Either one is still a job that is done the easiest way if you got the Chilton's Book on it or the dealership repair manual on it. The Dealership Shop Manual is the better one to get. That's the first thing I get every time I get a different vehicle. Getting a book on the car and keeping it in the car is one of the best investments you can make for it. Like when I needed to put a new ignition switch in the column of my 1992 Dodge Dakota 4x4 pickup. After fighting with it for half a day and getting no where, I finally gave up and went and got the book on it. I found there was a special trick to do it. Had to take the covers off, put the key in it, turn it a certain way and push a hidden button under it, then the thing just slid right out.
If you are going to get the book on it I would suggest getting the dealership shop manual for it. Those are the best because they only cover the one car for one year. Not like Chilton's books that cover 3 or 4 models of cars and any where from 2 yrs to 6 or 8 yrs.
I have a book on a 1983 Mercury Lynx RS but I doubt that one will help any. The books usually run from around $25 to $35 for the Chilton's and around $50 or so for the Dealership Shop Manual. That will be one of the best investments you can make for the car.
If you are just fixing it for somebody else try checking your local Library for the repair manual for it. Our Library has the only book on International Scouts that I could find. I have a 1988 International Scout Traveler and needed the book on it. Found a partial book at the Library. I couldn't check it out but I could make copies of the pages that I needed.
That's the best help I can give you. Good Luck!
you can give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your car wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.