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I have no idea what you mean by tightening the ignition. Please explain.

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REMOVAL PROCEDURE
1.Remove the instrument panel (IP) cluster.
2.Remove the knee bolster.
3.Remove the I/P center trim panel.
4.Remove the ignition switch wire harness connector.
5.Remove the theft deterrent control module wire harness connector.
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9. Remove the ignition switch assembly.
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12.Remove the ignition switch bracket.
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
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1.Install the ignition switch bracket.
2.Install the theft deterrent control module.
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4.Install the ignition switch .
5.Tighten the ignition switch screws.
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Ignition Switch

Fig. Removing the contact reel from steering column
Removing the contact reel from steering column
  • Remove the ignition switch:
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