Its up underneath the dash. There are four bolts and three wires, black, red and orange and you are done.
the first answer is from someone who has very obviosly never even seen a nova ignition switch. if you have the key, simply put the key in the ignition and leave it in the off position. take a paper clip and insert it into the small hole next to the key, this will allow you to push the switch in further and twist the key counterclockwise allowing the whole unit to slide out.
if you don't have the key, good luck. its a nightmare.
Actually, I think you need to insert the paper clip while the key is in the "accessory" position, then push in and turn counterclockwise. The cylinder can be removed at this point, and you can then remove the bezel nut that holds the ignition switch in place.
both of these answers are telling you how to remove the lock cylinder. the ignition box or switch "both names are commonly used," is on the top of the steering column under the dash. there are two bolts and a wiring harness attached to ignition box. simply remove the two bolts and unplug the wires, remove and reinstall. the hardest part is adjusting the box so the actuator bar is pushing switch into proper position. if you are talking about the lock cylinder go with one of the obove answers. Wow. When the key is on the column, is when they went to the rod type system. On that Nova, it is on the dash, attached to the lock, and tumbler. One piece. the third answer, is the most accurate.
AverageJoeResto.com has a How to article and video on removing the ignition switch How To Remove a Mustang Ignition Switch, it's actually pretty easy.
wiring diagram ignition switch el camino 71
12 or 13 degrees
insert key into ignition and turn to accessory and get a pin and depress it into the hole by the key and pull the switch out and then you can unscrew the big nut off the switch.
here is a diagram
From the Ford shop manual (first printing and copywright, 1967): Removal and Installation Headlight switch
the steering wheel has to come off and then you will be able to see how it comes out.
You have to get up under the dash, and they go in with twist in sockets, to the back. I think their number is 194.
They didn't make a Chevy 350 in 1967. This answer is wrong... The 350 came in the 1967 Chevy Camaro SS350. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_small-block_engine
Unless there is an aftermarket hard start relay installed on the car, there shouldn't be one. The starter is attached directly to the ignition switch and the battery.
It is a 1967 Chevy Impala
du it was 1967
1967 Chevy camaro
Yes the 1967 Caprice has a water pump.
If you have no spark, check the ignition coil and ballast resistor. If the engine tries to fire when you turn the key to off position, there may be a short in the ignition switch.
There were a total of 73,932 Chevy Impalas produced in 1967. Of those, 4,337 of them were four door models.
I believe 1967 for Chevy cars and 1972 for Chevy trucks.