How do you remove ignition key lock cylinder from 1993 Chevy Truck if you have the key?
i have removed the steering wheel on a 1994 Chevy truck with a 5.7 TBI 1500 series 4x4, it is requesting another pulley once the steering wheel has been removed and i need to find one of those. but i am not sure what they are called and if there are different sizes.
You will need to remove the retaining ring from the top of your 1975 Chevrolet pickup truck ignition cylinder. Slide the ignition cylinder out and remove the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new ignition cylinder.
Turn it, then pull up and out.
With no key you will have to drill out the existing tumbler assembly from the switch in order to unscrew the ignition switch bezel.
Ignition Lock? or Door Lock?
That truck should have electronic ignition, no points.
Remove the steering wheel then the lock plate then the turn signal switch. You will then see a screw close to the side of the lock cylinder. Remove this screw and pull the lock cylinder out. It takes a special tool to remove the lock plate and you can rent then at some parts stores although they aren't very costly.
The 1999 Chevy S 10 pickup truck ignition module can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
how to remove cover to replace ignition lock cylinder and what type of tools do i need
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.
You have to remove the transmission to get to the clutch slave cylinder on that truck. You can pull the engine if you want and get to it. YOUR CHOICE.
can a chevy truck with a 350 engine with a tbi cause detonation and pre- ignition?
I replaced the ignition cylinder (switch) on my '87 which is basically the same truck. It was pretty simple once I used a steering wheel puller to remove the steering wheel . I don't remember exactly how it was done but I followed the instructions in the haynes manual to remove the steering wheel column cover. There were a few lock rings and bolts to remove but it was pretty straightforward. Sorry I can't give… Read More
How do you remove and repair replace an ignition switch in 1996 1500 series Chevy truck that sticks in the off position?
call a lock smith .
Under passenger side of truck right below the starter. The slave cylinder for the clutch is in the Transmission Bell housing. You have to remove Transmission to repair it.
You will have to REMOVE the transmission and when you look in the bell-housing you will see the slave cyclinder. Remove the 4 bolts that hold it in place and replace it.
After finding top dead center by turning engine over till compression on #1 cylinder and setting distibutor with rotor at #1 cylinder . engine was ready to be turned over . engine started now at this point is it necessary to remove a wire for crank sensor or ignition system to set the timing w a light.
if it's on the sterring column you have to remove the steering wheel with a puller. Remove the turn signal plate and there is a pin or bolt holding the lock cyl that has to be pushed or removed. There is another tool required to compress the spring when reinstalling the sterring wheel. most auto parts have the cylinders and tools.
Ignition wiring diagram
i need the ignition timing for 88 chevy 5.7 ... 350 motor i had the truck on 4 but still bad don t run good
YES. It will have 3 bolts that hold it in place in the bell housing. Must remove transmission to service.
95 truck man the ignition switch is the thing you stick your truck key into to start the motor.the starter is under the hood,located at the bottom of the engine.follow the "hot" lead frpm the battery.goes right to the starter motor. Nope, this guy is wrong. The thing you stick your key in is the ignition cylinder or lock. The ignition switch is a separate unit. Both are available for replacement. The cylinder itself is… Read More
remove the plastic coverings from around the steering wheel (3 screws on the bottom), turn the ignition to the running position and take a small screwdriver and move the pin up on the bottom of the ignition cylender and pull it out. dunno if my explanation is detailed enough... oh well.
How do you program a an ignition key for 2008 Chevy truck
Begin by removing the retaining ring at the top of your 1986 Toyota pickup truck ignition switch. The ignition switch will slide out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition switch.
use a sterring wheel puller and pull the wheel, pull the turn signal cam, and the round metal ring under it (uses a snap ring retainer on the center shaft). behind this should be either a screw or a whole in line (linearly) with the ingnition cylinder. remove the screw or stick a small screwdriver in the hole to release the cylinder and pull it out. reverse and put it back together.
you sell the truck
turn key to acc then stick a paper clip in the little hole in tumbler then turn counter clock wise there you go
witch is the 6th cylinder
First step in removing the ignition switch is to disconnect the battery . Next, remove the key cylinder by inserting a wire, or paper clip into the small hole located about the 2 o'clock position of the key. There is a special tool made for this , but i have used a small hard wire (paper clip) with no problems. Try putting the key in, look at the shiny key cover, and insert the wire… Read More
If you have a 4 cylinder engine, the number one cylinder is the one closest to the front of the truck. If you have a 6 cylinder, it the on the driver side closest to the front of the truck
New Answer Using your current key, insert it into the ignition & turn the ignition to the "On" position but not the "Start" position. Do not start the truck. Next, using a very small screwdriver (preferably a Phillips head) insert it into the hole located under the ignition key cylinder on the steering column. Pressing upwards with the small screwdriver or nail, you will press in the release button. Firmly grip the key & ignition… Read More
Can a 1991 1500 Chevy truck 6 cylinder motor be replace in a 8 cylinder motor 1993 1500 Chevy truck?
Sure, You will have to change everything,motor mounts,computer,wire harness, exhaust, etc...
you have to remove the steering wheel, after that you need a tool to releave the tenison on the plate that looks like a sun there is a clip to remove. after that if you look where the switch is you will see a screw, if you remove it the switch will come out.
That is the ignition coil.
call a locksmith
cut seals and gently remove
if tis like a 1995 you need to remove the lower dash panel below the column, the culoumn sleeve that is held on by 2 torx scres from the bottom, then you need a inverted torx sicket to remove to that hold the top sleeve on the column then you can get to the ignition switch
If this is the 4.3 engine, it is located on the bracket next to the ignition coil.
on tims HEAD
remove the bed of the truck.....
Remove the retaining ring from the top of your 1979 Chevrolet C 10 pickup truck ignition switch. Slide the ignition switch out and remove the wiring harness.
It is easy . Go to auto parts store buy the ignition switch since directions are in the box. You will need one piece that you can make to hold the springs in place while removing it and replace it . Allow 4 hours for a beginner.
How do you change a flywheel on a Chevy truck? You can remove either the engine or the trans. Once you have either removed just remove the bolts holding the flywheel in place.
The coil is attached to the top of the distributor cap.
A bad ignition module.
it is a 1980 chevy. 6 cylinder; Bella call it her truck.
The bigger one for your discs.
Most GM veicles of that vintage are similar. Disconnect one of the battery terminals. Remove the horn button from the center of the steering wheel. It may be the type that pulls off or it may be the type that comes off with 2 screws on the back of the steering wheel. Pull the dust cover (if any) then remove the large nut in the center of the steering wheel. Note the orientation of the… Read More