Here's a write-up http://www.epiccomputer.com/dale/jeepjunk/tilt/tilt.html)
my dad made of hot to rebuild an 80's Jeep steering column. (We're Jeep fiends.)
There are two different years covered in the write up and pictures from both a tilt wheel and a non-tilt wheel.
It may not be exactly your model, but you should have enough info to get it done.
The lock cylinder changes sometime between 80 and 85, but we're not sure when because we aren't sure what years all of our stuff came from. But both lock cylinders should be covered in the write-up.
It engages and disengages the lock that starts the vehicle. There are 2 parts to the switch. The ignition switch and the lock assembly.
change the Ignition Lock lock switch
To cut my work in half... Do you mean the door lock or the ignition lock ??
How do I replace an Ignition in a 1970 Maverick
You will need to attach the wiring harness to the end of your 1984 Chevrolet Blazer ignition lock cylinder. Slide the cylinder into the cylinder slot. Secure the ignition lock cylinder with the retaining ring.
use the right key
There is no such thing as a 1984 Ford Courier, Ford stopped selling them after 1982
To change the ignition lock cylinder in a 2001 Chevrolet Tracker, first disarm the air bag system. Then remove the clock spring assembly to be able to remove the old ignition lock cylinder and replace with a new.
Remove steering wheel Remove Steering lock plate Place ignition in on position Depress lock pin now exposed. If this is not possible, drill out lock pin.
Take off the plastic cover around the column, there are three screws on the bottom. There is a small role pin facing you on the side of the lock housing you pull to remove it. Than turn the lock with the key in it. and in the correct spot the lock will slide out.
On most cars, yes.
The ignition switch should be separate from the ignition key/lock assembly, so I'll say no.