Remove the retaining ring from the ignition switch. Pull the ignition barrel out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition. Reverse the process to install the new ignition.
how do you change igition barrel on a vauxhall astra 1999 sri 2 litre
i have 85 cavalier how you get key cycliner out
my key jus turns in the ignition barrel and the light on my car stayed on wen i took the key out, is it a big job to change the barrel and is it expencive? how long will it take to change it?
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To remove the ignition barrel you need to be able to turn the key to position II. On the barrel casing you are looking for a small hole in to which you insert something like an Allen Key. The barrel can then be extracted. If you can't turn to the second position then its time to get the drill out and carefully drill the contents of the barrel. It's worth tapping the casing with a hammer whilst turning the key if the barrel has stuck before drilling.
Remove the retaining ring, from the ignition. Pull the ignition barrel out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition barrel. Reverse the process to install the new ignition.
Begin by removing the retaining ring at the top of your 1993 Nissan Quest ignition switch. Slide the ignition barrel out. Remove the wiring harness from the end of the ignition barrel. Reverse the process to install your new ignition switch.
the ignition coil on a 2004 chevy cavalier is the black part on top of the engine were it says eco 2.2 but its not hard to miss its very easy to change as well
two ways 1. if you have the ignition key and it still turns the barrel then you turn to pos two and insert a sharp object in to a hole in the side to push in a pin, the barrel should then just slide out...2. if you do not have the key or it will not turn the barrel then you will have to resort to a big hammer and sharpened chisel, this method will involve replacing more than just the barrel as the whole steering lock unit needs to be smashed off....good luck.....robb
There is a 'How To' on one of the Vauxhall owners websites. www.vvoc.com.uk 'Vauxhall Vectra Owners Club www.vectrasport.com.uk 'Vectra Sport www.migweb.com.uk 'Vauxhall Owners club www.cavweb.com.uk "Vauxhall Cavalier owners club but open to other vauxhall owners Same if you own Holden or Opel version Don Sutton