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Ignition switch removal, Hatchback


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#1 Frank B

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Posted 05 September 2004 - 04:54 PM

Can the lock and tumbler be replaced or does the entire switch need to come off of the column? I hope there is some trick to it.

#2 bratsrus1

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Posted 05 September 2004 - 05:37 PM

Hi Frank This is Jerry, if you are having trouble with the switch replace it. It's not that hard to do just takes time. I have a good switch from a 84 brat with 2 keys. To do this you remove battery cable then remove horn button then remove nut that holds steering wheel on then remove wheel then remove turn signal switch then remove 2 springs for the tilt then you have 4 bolts that takes 10mm wrench remove them and it slides off. Do the steps backwards and it's done. Let me know if you need the switch. Thanks Jerry

#3 Frank B

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Posted 05 September 2004 - 07:24 PM

Thanks, I have a source for the switch locally, I just picked a brake booster with master cylinder off of a car and I'll just go back and get the switch.

The man has three pre-loyale wagons, one hatch, and two loyale style cars.




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