You have to remove the steering wheel to remove the upper cover. two bolts under the wheel holds the cover on this has the horn and cruise control button and the ground wire has a clip the goes in the steering wheel be careful how you pull it out.Tiltshould be in the upright position Remove the turn signallever then the turn signal switch there are four screws feed some wire up the columncarefully you will see four screws holding the colunm on. the ignition rod on the end of the key lock must be removed. slide the columnup feeding the turn signal wiring up thru the column. THIS IS NOT AN EASY JOB.BE CAREFUL NOT THE BREAK ANY OF THE PLASTIC TURN SIGNAL SWITCH PARTS THEY ARE EXPENSIVE. Good Luck
Ignition switch and lock cylinder removal 1988 Dodge Ram 50.Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery.Remove the steering column cover to gain access to the ignition switch/lock cylinder.Using wire cutters, remove the cable band.Remove the bolts that hold the ignition switch/lock cylinder to the steering column.Unbolt and remove the key reminder switch and remove the switch lock cylinder from the steering column.
First you have to remove the panel from the bottom of the dash board to be able to get to the steering column bolts. Then, disconnect all of the wiring harnesses from the steering column. After this, go underneath the truck and disconnect the shifter linkage from the transmission. You can then remove the four bolts that hold the column up. Then, carefully slide the column out. Once the shifter linkage is against the firewall, rotate the column until you can pull the linkage through the opening in the firewall.
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you have to remove the sound dampeners on the bottom of the steering column and it will be to the right of the fuse block
1988 gmc safari Steering column switches and ignition key lock cylinder replacement?
Yes it will, samething
its under the steering column
At a GM dealer
under sterring column remove the 2 covers you will see 3 nuts and linkage remove and pull motor out from engine bay
PROPERLY remove air bag (if equipt), then remove nut holding steering wheel on and then use a steering wheel puller to remove it.
Inside your steering column , the turn signal lever and hazard flasher button are parts of the multifunction switch that stick out from the steering column
I need to find a part for the steering and trans lock
Remove the steering wheel. (you will need a steering wheel puller) Remove the turn signal switch. It is not necessary to completely remove the switch from the column. Pull the switch rearward far enough to slip it over the end of the shaft, but do not pull the harness out of the column. Turn the lock to Run. If necessary, remove the ignition key. If equipped, remove the buzzer switch assembly. Remove the lock retaining screw and remove the lock cylinder.
Bottom of dash panel, left of steering column
Fuses are located on the left hand side of the steering column, you need a phillip's (cross) head screwdriver #2 the panel saddle's the steering column.
Up to 1994 will fit, Chev or GMC
By your knee under the steering column.... right hand side if your driving the RH steering version
To remove the steering wheel in a 1988 Chevy Celebrity standard version: !. Remove the screws that hold the horn pad in place then remove it. Unplug the wire at the connector. 2, If it still has the safety clip remove it. 3, Use the appropriate wrench to remove the nut from the steering shaft. 4. Use a steering wheel puller to loosen then remove the steering wheel. Reverse the instructions to replace the steering wheel. Steering wheel retainer nut should be 30 ft. lbs. torque.
You need a special tool for the telesopic steering column. It use to be available only to dealers, but I'm sure you can rent one these days.
In a 1987 it's under the steering column, to the left. Hope it's the same for the 1988.
Under the dash; on or very near the steering column.
The switch is located on the left side of the steering column. You have to remove the panel underneath the dash to access it. There will be two screws holding it on.
there is a small pin you can see through the plastic on the steering column in front of the ignition. you insert the key and push the pin to release the cylinder. you may need to remove wheel to get to it though.