You must first pull the steering wheel and horn assembly then you will see a lock plate that is spring loaded you must remove the clip that holds this in place once you have removed this in the colum you will see a bolt on the left side located close to the switch remove the bolt and pull the switch out install the new one and do the same steps in reverse to reinstall.
Remove cowling from under the steering wheel, remove the two nuts holding the wheel coloum. Drop the steering coloum. Ignition switch is about a foot down on the left side. Unhook the wires remove switch replace. P.S. Unhook battery cables high voltage in ignition system.
You will need to remove the retaining ring from the top of your 1989 Chevrolet blazer ignition switch. Slide the ignition switch out and remove the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new ignition switch.
Remove the distributor cap and it will be bolted inside the distributor on the base plate.
remove the steering wheel, then the turn signal lever and cam. you will then see a small bolt down in the right hand side of the column, remove the bolt and pull out the ignition switch. GOOD LUCK!
When the roads are slippery
If you are thinking of an inertia switch, no.
check your ignition switch.
No it does not. That is a Ford thing.
youve got to remove the steering wheel, take the locking mecanism off, then the mecanism for the signal lights off....whitch should only have a few screws.....then where the ignition switch is.....you should see a screw that looks like it goes through the switch..remove that then give the ignition switch a tug or two and it should come out
Need to know what year you have.
No it does not. Chevy did not use them in that year on there trucks.
How do i remove the steering wheel cover to get at the horn contacts on a 1999 chev s10 You will be messing with the air bag and I recommend having a knowledgeable mechanic help you with this one.
go to a repair shop they'll tell you
I'd call a locksmith. The ignition wil probably have to be drilled and replaced.
If you have the 2.2 L engine in that 99 S10, there is no distributor in that vehicle. It has a DIS (Distributorless Ignition System).
starting at the ignition switch going down the steering column. Next is an ignition switch. from there it goes to the selinoid. Inbetween the celinoid and the ignition switch, just above the celinoid is two fusable links.
It depends on what year S10 you have.
Yes, My ignition module was bad, I experienced intermittent stalling. My mechanic replaced and it stopped.
I have a 1988 s-15 with the same peoblem. Ignition Manifold Air Temperature switch appears to be bad. Don.
Turn radio off. Turn ignition switch on. (engine not running). Pull OUT seek button to change hours. Pull out scan button to change minutes.
It is bolted inside the distributor under the rotor on bass plate
The ignition switch is on the lower part of your steering column. Not very easy to get to but you can lower the steering column to get a better look at it. there should be 2 switches down there that have bars running to them. one is the headlight brights switch, you should be able to click the brights and see what switch you need to replace. there are 2 screws that hold the brights switch in place. you need to remove that switch first, then there are 2 more for the ignition switch. After that you just turn the switch on the bar to get it to remove. hope this helps, its not a hard job to do just hard to get to. Good luck :)
you need to remove the transmission then unbolt the clutch from the flywheel.
The ignition swithch is on the steering column about 18 inches from the floor and is held by 2 screws.
On original key knock out and on the side of the ignition switch.