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91 dodge dynasty some one tried to steal it they broke the ingnishen my question can I change out the ingnition we out removing the air bag &steering wheel? I have access to all screws & pin locks signed...


yes you can, 1991 Dodge Dynasty Ignition Switch

Things You'll Need

  • Screwdriver
  • Tamper-proof Torx driver
  • Ignition key
Instructions
    • 1 Remove the plastic cover from the steering column. The cover is two pieces held together by screws that thread through the bottom piece of plastic into the top piece. Remove the screws and pull the cover off. This exposes the large square ignition switch. The key cylinder connects to the ignition switch.
    • 2 Remove the tamper-proof Torx screws that secure the ignition to the steering column using a tamper-proof Torx driver. You can get this type of Torx driver from your local auto part store.
    • 3 Pull the wiring harness out of the ignition switch.
    • 4 Place the ignition key into the cylinder and turn it onto the auxiliary position. Push the metal pin on the ignition switch in using a screwdriver and slide the ignition cylinder half way out of the ignition switch. Turn the key to the off position and slide the cylinder all the way out of the ignition switch.
    • 5 Place the key into the new cylinder, slide the cylinder into the ignition switch half way. Turn the key to the auxiliary position and slide the cylinder in the rest of the way. Remove the key from the cylinder.
    • 6 Press the wiring harness onto the ignition switch.
    • 7 Secure the switch to the steering column using the tamper-proof Torx driver.
    • 8 Place the covers back onto the steering column and secure them using the screwdriver.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_7460507_replace-key-ignition-dodge-dynasty.html

Mar 09, 2015 | Dodge Cars & Trucks

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Jaguar XK8 sill trim removal


if you mean the sill inside the door or the kicker plate or what ever you want to call it in your neck of the woods the its easy the silver plate is held down by a magnet strip so you just lift it with a screwdriver in one corner and then get fingers around it and lift it ,under this you will see 4 screws with a 30 head in torx --simple when your told as i was because i didnt know eithier

Apr 27, 2014 | 1999 Jaguar XK8

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Remove steering column cover 300m chrysler 1999


Hi Trevor, I'm glad to help!

The Steering Column Cover is held by 3 screws mounted upward and you reach them through the access holes from under the column. Some are Phillip's head screws and some are torx screws. Once the screws are out remove the top cover first, then the under cover next. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Trevor.

Mar 02, 2013 | 1999 Chrysler 300M

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Change fog light n lense


Remove the plastic screen surrounding the fog light (held on by 3 Torx screws). Elevate the front of the car and remove the plastic tray under the front bumper(held on by 5-6 eight mm headed sheet metal screws).
Unplug the wire to the lamp and remove the four screws holding the fog lamp on.(4 Torx screws). You can't get a screwdriver into this tight space, so you'll need a torx bit and a 1/4" drive ratchet to turn it.
It is a tight work area and you'll have to take your time and just "worry" those screws out with the Torx bit..
Remove the lamp unit and replace it with the new one. reinstall four screws. Plug wire into the new lamp. Then reinstall the plastic splash tray under the bumper and the wire grill around the light. Done!

Mar 02, 2013 | 2008 Mercedes-Benz Mercedes Benz C Class

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How to disassemble Braun pulsonic razor,.. yes there's a screw in the 12volt inlet but there must be others else where, I assume under the rubber cover,.. but how does that come off so it may be...


To disassemble a Braun 9595 (and others like it):


Remove the rubber back and side piece by prying with a small screwdriver on one side near where the three arc design meets the silver body (photo 1). After releasing one side snap (photo 2), release the opposite side snap or use your fingers to pry around the rubber piece until both snaps are disengaged and the piece can be removed (photo 3).


This reveals the back of the shaver, which is held in place with four Torx screws. Fortunately, the screw heads are slotted so that either a torx wrench or a slotted screwdriver may be used for removal.


After the screws are removed, the shaver back plate may be lifted out (photo 4), exposing the battery and control board assembly, and the shaver/motor assembly (photo 5).


The battery is not soldered in place and may be removed by prying on one end to lift its positive or negative pin away from its contact. Then remove the battery (note that the negative side points to the shaver head. Also, the positive and negative pins are sized differently to prevent accidental reversal.


Reassembly has one essential step that must be followed or the razor will not function properly. Photo 6 shows the correct engagement of the shaver's back plate plastic pins with the shaver head's capture slots (shown "upside down"). Photo 7 shows the potential misalignment after the shaver head is inserted into the shaver body for reassembly. To overcome this when installing the shaver's back plate, ensure that the back plate's pins are first inserted into the capture slots (photo 8). Although the back plate may not appear to be positioned properly at first, it may be pushed downward which will "pull" the screw holes into alignment for inserting the screws.


Before inserting the screws, test the power ON button to ensure that all contacts have properly been made. If the shaver does not operate, check to see if any of the power tabs have been bent away from its associated contact point.justwomore_8.jpgjustwomore_7.jpgjustwomore_6.jpgjustwomore_5.jpgjustwomore_4.jpgjustwomore_3.jpgjustwomore_2.jpgjustwomore_1.jpg

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I need to installl a cd player in my car and i cant get the thing that holds the radio and heater off.


You will have to remove the dash cover to gain access to that bezel piece. That bezel actually extends around the instrument cluster and and radio area, all one piece. The dash cover is held on by a series of torx screws located under the top defrost vent, side access panels (when you open the car doors, there is a panel on each side). In the glove box area and there are two 10 mm bolts that are tucked up under in the glove box area but accessible. After you remove the dash cover, you can remove the torx screws that hold the bezel in place. On the bezel down by the radio, there are spring clips that hold that part of the bezel. Remember when replacing the stock OEM radio, you will need to buy a mounting hardware kit, wiring harness kit and antenna kit for the Cavalier that will work with your new cd player.

Dec 19, 2010 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Electic window motor removal


There are 2 torx head screws on the inside trim piece where the door latches (right side) and one on the left and you will need to pry off the cougar logo on the handle and remove the screw. Now remove the two plastic covers off the lower, carpeted area of the inner door trim and remove the screws. I couldn't remove the left one so I ended pulling off with it attached which did not cause any harm for me. the trim then just 'pops' off the sides and bottom then you need to lift it up off clips on the top. Remove the insulating cover, which will probably just rip anyway. You will then see 3 large silver torx head screws which hold the motor on. I had to jostle the motor a very little to loosen it up after the years of being screwed on but it came of very easy. Good Luck!

May 18, 2009 | 1999 Mercury Cougar

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Removal of filter module


the wash spray arm unscrews, then there are 5 torx 20 screws removing the top filter plate, under there is anohter 2 torx 15 screws allowing you acess to the chopper assy

Apr 08, 2008 | Whirlpool GU2700XTSS / GU2700XTSY Built-in...

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Water leak


If the main seal is leaking there will typically be a splash line around the inside of your washer cabinet. There is a special wrench available for removing the large nut that holds the inner basket in. This nut is aluminum and can be removed with a chissel if it is stuck. remove the inner basket and you will see cone shaped "NUT" that is covered in cork. There is a torx screw on the side of the cone shaped piece. once the screw is removed then the cone shaped nut can be removed using the special wrench and brute force.

Mar 10, 2007 | Maytag Legacy Series Top Load Washer

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