How to remove ignition switch on a 1978 Monte Carlo?
call a locksmith it is well worth the 75-150$ they charge. they are tooled for it and do it all the time. if you watch them do the job you will understand. I just had 3 cars rekeyed and it took about an hour this would have taken me 4hours and 2 new tools.
The question is How to remove ignition switch,, not Who to call about an ignition switch. I mean come on,,
Remove the steering wheel, press the plate, pull the lock ring out, remove 3 Phillips head screws to your turn signal switch. There is one more tiny Phillips screw, this is for the turn signal arm. Just pull the switch up just a little bit to get it off the steering shaft, there is a torques head screw, remove that and the cylinder is out, reverse all the directions to install.
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Why would a 1995 Monte Carlo not make a sound when turning the ignition although it has lights radio etc?
Remove the dress plate under the steering column. There is a clip there for the shift indicator, if you shift on the column. There are two nuts on studs, one on each side of the column, remove these nuts, and the steering column will drop down. The switch is on top of the column just lower then the fastening bracket. Unplug the wiring, remove the screws that retain the switch, install new one and adjust…