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How do you change an ignition Switch on a 90 Buick Century?

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2005-10-23 16:37:57
2005-10-23 16:37:57

disconnect neg- battery cable remove lower interior covers 7mm screws or 9/32 locate cable for shift indictor remove with small pick. locate two 15mm bolts faces upward remove them .steering coulm will lower .next you will remove dimmer switch.apply small piece of tape to actuator rod then remove 1 mount 5/16 bolt 13/8 nut set aside or leave hang by the wires.disconnect wiring to ing. switch, then remove remaining bolts.with key in lock posistion remove switch from rod this actuator rod is for ing switch.

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