The ignition switch is on the steering column about 12 inches from the floor. Remove the 2 screws that hold it on.
I have a 96 Ford Taurus and need to get the key switch out. Please help.
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I just replaced the ignition switch and lock on my '96 Escort. They come as one unit, so you can't just replace the lock tumbler. Remove the steering wheel (using caution for the airbag), and then remove the multi-function switch. Now you can remove the ignition switch and lock.
Remove the lower dash trim. Insert the key into the ignition and turn it to ACC. Under the dash underneath the ignition switch you will see a small hole. Insert a small screwdriver or paperclip and push the release button and pull on the key at the same time.
96 windstar 3.8 oil pressure switch is located under power steering pump. Remove serpentine belt and alternator. Remove PS pump pulley with special puller to get access to PS pump bolts. Drain PS pump and remove PS hoses. Remove PS pump.
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Pump it out with an inexpensive hand pump.
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I need to know the best way to remove and install the new window motor for a 96 Ford Windstar drivers side. Ray
The ignition switch is located in the steering column. If you are referring to where can you buy one, it can be bought at any auto parts store.
The oil pressure switch is right under the alternator bracket or power steering pump
the wires from the ignition switch need to be replaced.
What, exactly, is the problem?
you have to take the bottom steering column apart.
The ignition coil is inside the distributor behind the cap. Remove the distributor cap screws, remove the cap and you will see the coil.
I did it on a 96 3.8 in about 10 hours. I can't remember exactly, but if you remove the distributor, you will need a special hard to find tool to time the ignition on reinstallation. Good luck!
The ignition switch cylinder is bad.Not a hard job to replace.See "Related Questions" below for more
The Windstar most likely has a part that is breaking down when it heats up. Check the ignition coil and crank position sensor to start trying to find the problem.
Type your answer here... It could possibly be the ignition switch.
I had a 96 Stratus that would do that, and it turned out to be that the starter was bad.
You would have to disconnect the wires from the stock ignition, so you would have to tear it out unless you could find a way to do it without it.
i have a 96 dodge avenger 2.5 and it keeps blowing my ignition switch. any idea why?
if your talking about the vss or speed sensor it has to be done under vech after you remove cat.converters