Question about 1989 Ford Ranger
Rotate the lock cylinder to the lock position. On tilt columns, remove upper extension shround by squeezing at 6 and 10 o'clock and popping free of the retainer plate at 3 o'clock.
Remove 2 shroud halves by removing the screws. Disconnect the electrical connector from the ignition switch. Drill out the 2 break-off bolt heads that hold the switch to the lock cylinder using a 1/8" drill bit.
Remove bolts (may have to use a screw extractor). Disengage ignition switch from actuator pin and remove switch.
Rotate the key to the run position. Install switch by aligning holes on switch base with hole in the cylinder housing. You may have to move it a little to get the actuator pin to line up.
Install new break-off bolts untill the heads shear off. Connect electrical connector to switch.Then reverse the removal procedure to complete.
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