First you need to remove the steering wheeel. 2 remove the hazard switch screw, remove the 3 screws holding the turn signal switch, you need to remove the plastic cover below the drivers side to get access to the wires for the turn signal switch unplug the wires for the turn signal switch slide the turn signal switch up no need to remove if. 3 you can get a tool from a parts store to compress the black metal cover it does have a plastic cover over the metal,the tool will screw onto the column then tighten the top of the tool down and this will compress the spring below the black cover, with a couple of small screw drivers you can remove the metal clip that holds the black cover down, with clip removed loosen up the tool remove the tool the clip and the blcck cover. 4 there is a torx screw that holds the lock assm.in remove the screw and the lock assm. will pull out
All together depending on where you go parts and labor about 722.00 : - )
How do you replace the ignition distributor on a 93 mx6 v6 pics?
There should be a lock on the ignition a push button that you push and turn to remove the key
How many crankshaft senors do a 93 lumina have
idk ask a freaken car person --HARRY POTHEAD
Trany shot replace
Pull the steering wheel with a puller tool, remove the lockplate with a lockplate tool, remove the turn signal assembly, remove the hazzard switch, remove the brass connector, remove the lock cylinder.
Have the ignition module and coil packs checked.
Yes. But they use different wire harnesses and ECM's. The 93 has less electronics than the 96 year Lumina's.
You switch the carborator with the ac and then rewire the inside to the dashboard
I can't answer about the diagram, but you won't find a cap and rotor...they don't have one. Electronic ignition. Follow a plug wire back. Where you'd expect to find the distributor, you'll find the electronic ignition instead. 93 Chev Lumina APV does have a cap and rotor and also have ignition coils it all depends which factory it was built at. As for Diagrams i find HaynesRepair manual is pretty good.