Remove the retaining ring from the top of your 1977 Chevrolet pickup truck ignition key tumbler. Slide the ignition key tumbler out. Remove the wiring harness from the end of the key tumbler.
Remove the inside door panel. Remove the linkage from the key tumbler. Remove the key tumbler retaining nut. Reverse the process to install the new key tumbler.
With no key you will have to drill out the existing tumbler assembly from the switch in order to unscrew the ignition switch bezel.
Key or ignition tumbler is worn. If you cannot remove the key, then you will have to remove the tumbler assembly and replace it. If you can get the key out, then try a key that is not used very often. If it works, have a duplicate made of that key and destroy the other key with the problems.
I broke my key in the ignition and cant get it out. My only option I can see, is to replace to tumbler. How do I remove it?
remove the ignition tumbler from column and crank it with a insulated handle flatblade screwdriver if the ignition is located in the dash remove key tumbler by inserting a small pin in the hole located above the key hole and it will pop out using a screwdriver and turn it over that way
Use the key.
The lock/tumbler has to be in time with the ignition switch. I suspect it is not.
No it does not if it is a s10 blazer
Remove the dash trim around the gauge cluster and radio. It helps to put the shifter in 1st to get it out. Remove the upper and lower steering column covers. Disconnect the air bag(unhook the battery first). You'll have to remove the steering wheel to gain access to one of the bolts that holds the tumbler housing to the column. I think there are 3 in total, they are torx heads. Remove those bolts and the housing will come off. If I misunderstood the question and all you want to replace is the plastic switch that is turned by the tumbler when the key is turned. You can get to that by just removing the plastic around the column. Below the key you will see the big wiring harness.(disconnect the battery) This piece can be pulled out of the bottom of the tumbler housing with a screw driver. Once it's out you will see what the tumbler actually is turning when you turn the key.
key switch tumbler removal on 1998 astro
Follow the Youtube instructions.
USUALLY the key and tumbler in this model is held in by a supporting pin on the front or the back of the key and tumbler. Push the pin in with a small screwdriver or an awl. the pull it out. Put the new key and tumbler in the same way push it in until the pin locks in place then turn the key to see if it works. If it works you are finished!!
turn key to acc then stick a paper clip in the little hole in tumbler then turn counter clock wise there you go
go to a Chevy dealer with your registration and possibly your tittle also identification and get a new key.
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I am not sure why but some vehicles will not permit key removal if the battery is dead
On original key knock out and on the side of the ignition switch.
Remove the ignition retaining ring. Pull the ignition barrel out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition barrel. Reverse the process to install the new ignition key tumbler.
Remove the plastic 2 piece shroud around steering column so as to gain access to the housing the tumbler sits in. Find three Phillips screws to remove in holes in the lower piece. Turn the ignition key to the Run position. Insert a small tip screwdriver in the access hole on the bottom of the housing to push the spring-loaded tab which will free the tumbler so you can simply pull the tumbler out with the key. Installation is the reverse. Be sure tumbler with key inserted is set to the Run position. Depress spring-loaded tab, insert tumbler into housing hole with tab down. All the way in, turn key to the Lock (off position).
just do what i did and take out the tumblers that the key slides over.
On the GM cars I've worked on, you have to remove the steering wheel. There is a vertical retaining bold/pin that has to be remove to allow the tumbler/key lock cylindar. Remove the wheel. Remove the retaining pin. Then remove the tumbler. Reverse the above to install the new one. Hope that helps.
Yes, but if the key is changed or replacement key is cut it must be reprogrammed. The tumbler from Ford comes with "gates" to rekey the tumbler to the original key.
The dealer you bought it from may have the key code on file. The key code allows them to cut a key without having the original.