The ignition module is not on the steering column. The module should be located on the distributor, on the outside, right below the cap. There should be a plug with a bunch of wires going to it. You will need a special tool to remove the small scews that hold it on.
I was riveted to my father's agony.
On the dash on the drivers side on American vehicles that with left hand steering. It is a metal plate that is riveted to the dash.
it is riveted in.
I found myself riveted as I listened to the speech.
Lady GaGa's costumes are so gaudy that many people are riveted by her.
I had a problem where the end of my key 'fell off' inside the ignition. I'm not sure how this happened, but it did and the ignition was rendered useless. As far as I know, you cannot actually change the cylinder inside the ignition. I settled for removing the entire unit. The rivets you mentioned are not actually rivets, but bolts without the hex head, presumably that way for theft prevention. If you're desperate you can take a dremel tool with a cutting wheel and either make a slice on one of the bolt heads so that you can use a screwdriver to remove it, or cut the strap holding it to the steering column - it's probably an easy replacement.
The machine serial number is located below the left steering lever. It should be on a plaque that is riveted to the face of the plate located beneath the seat.
On my '81, there is one plate riveted to the wiper motor bracket (visible through the windshield) and another riveted to the firewall.
Most modern motorcycles have the VIN listed on the steering neck where the fork goes through the frame near the headlight. I have an old HD that only has the VIN listed on the side of the engine and nowhere on the frame. I also have an old Honda that has a tag riveted to the steering neck and would not take much to remove it.
He captured ever ones attention. All eyes were riveted on him.Riveted means:Join or fasten (plates of metal or other material) with a rivet or rivets.Hold (someone or something) fast so as to make them incapable of movement.
They are riveted joints
The efficiency of riveted joints is the ratio between the minimum strength of the joint against failure by tension, shear or bearing to that of the members without a joint .balamurugan.g
regulater is riveted in
A riveted belt loop is a hole in a belt that is framed by a metal loop. On some belts, the loops are used to fasten the belt in place. While on others, it is strictly for decoration.
They were welded rather than riveted.
it is easy to repair it if any problem exist
the bridge of quebec is a riveted steel truss
I am not familiar with this car in particular but ball joints are either pressed in, bolted, or riveted into the control arms. On top of the ball joint is the steering knuckle, usually the ball joint is held into the steering knuckle with a pinch bolt. Which is easily removed. After the pinch bolt is removed you must force the control arm away from the steering knuckle which sometimes requires the use of an air hammer. Depending on what type of fit the control arm has with the ball joint, you will either need a special tool to press out the old ball joint and press in the new one, if the ball join is a press fit. Or if it is riveted you will have to carefully drill out the rivets and replace the new one with bolts. If it is bolted in you simply loosen the bolts and knock out the old ball joint. Installation is reverse.
instead of being riveted, they were Welded