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Installing new ignition switch in dash, would like to know howw the old one comes out.

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  • CedarGlenBil Nov 10, 2008

    Switch key no longer works in ignition switch, need to replace the ignition switch but having trouble getting old one out.

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    installing new ignition switch in dash, would like to know how the old one comes out.

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Installing new ignition switch in dash, would like to know howw the old one comes out.

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I have a 2001 intruge and cannot fully turn the key to off position. I can turn the car off take the key out, but i am still able to pull the gear shift from gear to gear. i am not sure what the problem is.

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If this is an older car than what you need to do is look under the dash at the back of the ignition. it should have a plug on the back of it. remove that plug, there should be what looks to be like a washer around the unti itsself it is actually a screw that holds the ignition tight to the dash... unsrew that and remove the ignition from the front.. out torwards the driver seat. than install the new one.

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