The ignition switch is located inside the steering coulum below the key and tumbler.
Remove the screws on the side of the steering column. Remove the screws underneath the steering column and pull the bottom half of the column down. Slide a pin punch into the hole at the ignition tumbler assembly's bottom. Force the tumbler upwards and pull it out of the steering column.
When you say key tumbler, are you referring to thr ign key cylinder, door , glove box or trunk cylinder. All tricky, most difficult--steering col lock cylinder. Steering wheel, signal switch, must come off.
the ign switch or the key & tumbler ???
Pull your steering colum apart along with steering wheel and dash plastic, ignition swith is next to the key tumbler. Swap the parts.
The ignition switch. Where the key goes in is the key tumbler.
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.
The Tumbler was created in 1968-10.
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Tumbler pigeons will be on display at our pigeon show next week. That's a 48-ounce tumbler of iced tea! That gymnast is a fantastic tumbler.
You need to pull the steering wheel , puller helps .them remove the horn (note this is a no air bag car)the tumbler has a lock screw u should see it remove it and it pulls right out look it over good i put in a used one for a s 10 truck i had in the back good luck