In my '94, you have to take out four bolts to remove the cover. (underneath the wheel) then you have to remove the supporting bracket.(not sure how many bolts) then two last supporting bolts. over at lincolnsonline you can look at the blend dor acuator article at the tech section. that how to offers the basic steps... sorry if I'm a little off.
drop the steering column, remove entire dashboard.
It's located on top of the steering column, you have to drop the column to get to it.
Yes. Just take the U clamp off the bottom of the steering column and it will drop down so you don't need to take off the steering wheel.
The gear selector linkages under the dash need adjusting. Or it might be the barrel in the steering column. You have to drop the column to get to it.
ignition switch is located on top of steering column you will need to drop column down to access it
You do have to take the steering column loose and drop it down so you can get your hand up to the small clip that holds the brake booster rod off. But you do not have to take it all the way out. Just drop it down.
drop your steering column... not exactly sure where it is from there but that is the location of it.
steering column removalto replace steering column: take lower cover off, then there is a bracket on the bottom of the column with four brass bolts in it, remove those. on that same bracket there are two metric nuts on either side of the column, remove those. now the column will drop. next remove the ignition switch and dimmer switch. now that u dropped the steering column you will have access to them. go ahead and remove three bolts from where the steering column meets the firewall(you will need to pull the carpet back a little). next pop the hood and locate the steering gear on the drivers sidetowards the front take ou the bolt holding in the shaft to the gearbox. and then the steering column should slip right out.
Remove the lower dash panel and steering column cover. Disconnect all harnesses going to the column. There is a metal bracket attached to the steering column with brass-colored bolts, and attached to the underside of the dash with chrome-colored bolts. Remove only the chrome bolts. They're fairly long. Once completely removed, the entire steering column will drop slightly. Now pull back the plastic boot from the bottom of the steering column and look for the small bolt securing it in place. I believe it is 11mm. Loosen the bolt only enough for the column to slide out.
first you have to take all the plastic around the steering column off, next you have to drop the steering column by unbolting the metal bracket that holds it on. The switch sits right on top of the column. its pretty much just plug and play.
The actual switch is located on top of the steering column, like most cars. You have to drop the steering coumn down to access the switch.
It is located on the steering column. The same switch usually controls the backup lights as well. It is under the dash. Two screws attach it to the steering column. It is a LOT easier to get to it if you loosen the column and drop it down, but you CAN get to it with the column in place. Make sure it is properly adjusted when you reinstall it if you want your car to start though.