On firewall, above the steering column On firewall, above the steering column
First you have to remove the panel from the bottom of the dash board to be able to get to the steering column bolts. Then, disconnect all of the wiring harnesses from the steering column. After this, go underneath the truck and disconnect the shifter linkage from the transmission. You can then remove the four bolts that hold the column up. Then, carefully slide the column out. Once the shifter linkage is against the firewall, rotate the column until you can pull the linkage through the opening in the firewall.
Open the hood. Look on the left side of the vehicle. You'll see a shaft protruding through the firewall. That's the steering column.
Look by the steering column at the firewall
Bottom of steering column, inside cab, at the firewall, topside of column.
Left side of steering column against firewall
Disconnect the steering column from the power steering box in the engine compartment (there is a seal and it will not pull out easy). Remove the cover from underneath the steering column inside the car. Disconnect all wire connectors. There is a bracket underneath the column - remove the four bolts from it. There is s boot seal where the column goes through the firewall - it may also contains a bolt that wiil need to be removed. If it has a column shifter, you will need to disconnect this as well. Make sure when you slide the new steering column into the power steering box that the tires are straight and so is the steering wheel. If you forget, the steering wheel will not be straight while driving.
Lower the steering colunm. the ignition switch is located on the top of the steering column about 6 inches from the firewall.
If you have an automatic transmission it is on top of he steering column just before it goes through the firewall. If you have a manual transmission it is on the transmission.
The steering column.The steering column.
On the interior firewall to the left of the steering column
Probably lower left by the steering column near firewall
its on the steering column just above the firewall
i`m not sure if its exactly the same, but in my jeep there was just 4 bolts. two up under the dash, and two down where the column goes out through the firewall. disconnect whatever plugs are attached. get under the hood and there should be a bolt holding the steering shaft to the steering U-joint, take that out and the column should come right out
Try by the driver's side firewall by the lower end of the steering column
Try at the left side of steering column towards firewall
Look by the firewall on driver's side to left of steering column
look right above your brake pedal underneath the steering column.
It is directly behind the steering column; when you open the hood, it is in the far back right attached to the firewall. it is about 10 inches in diameter and has a reservoir attached to it, very hard to miss.
THEY ARE TO THE LEFT OF THE STEERING COLUMN AS IT ENTERS THE FIREWALL...THEY ARE COVERED BY A SQUARE BLACK COVER
Check by steering column-maybe against firewall in that area
Try left lower firewall by steering column
Probably left lower side of steering column against firewall
Check by driver's side firewall next to steering column
Should be at the lower end of the steering column at the firewall