1.Insert your key
2.Place in ACC position
3.Look for a small hole in the side of the housing
4.Put a small Phillips screwdriver in the hole and press on lock pin
5.Pull out cylinder while pressing on lock pin
6.Inspect for broken parts
Replace by lining up the tabs and push back in.
If you need more help I suggest you get a service manual. They can be found on Ebay on CD and or Team3S.com.
Most locksmiths can replace and program the ignition. If the key can be turned to the accessory position, then the lock cylinder can be removed by depressing a detent and pulling the cylinder out of the housing. Taking this to a locksmith might be much cheaper than to the dealer. If the key will not turn, then more aggressive measures must be taken. There are a couple bolts that retain the housing in the dash. The passlock device is held into the housing by the ignition and the three wires will have to be cut. Leave enough room to reconnect using wire connectors. This will not effect the device. The transmission interlock cannot be removed if the lock is in the 'off' position unless the back of the housing is removed. Care must be taken because of the 5 pins, springs, and connector switch can be dropped or lost. If the key will not turn back to the off position - there might also be an issue with the transmission interlock cable which feeds into the back of the ignition housing. An adjustment may be made to that which will let the key be turned all the way to the off position.
The ignition cylinder is the part you turn your key in to start the car, this is in its housing.
To replace Ignition Switch, first you have to remove the old one. To do this you disconnect battery ground cable. Remove the upper steering column shroud by removing the five self-tapping screws. Remove tilt steering column lock lever, Remove lower steering column shroud, disconnect the ignition switch electrical connector, turn ignition switch lock cylinder to the "run" position, remove the two screws retaining ignition switch, and finally unhook the ignition switch from the actuator. Now to install the new one.Make sure that the ignition switch lock cylinder is in the "run" position. You can test for the "run" position by rotating the ignition switch lock cylinder approximately 90 degrees from the "lock" position. Hook up the ignition switch into the actuator. You might have to move the ignition switch slightly back and forth to align the ignition switch mounting holes with the lock cylinder housing threaded holes. Install retaining screws. Connect electrical connector to ignition switch. Connect battery ground cable. Check ignition switch for proper operation, including start and accessory positions. Also, make certain that the column is in the "locked" position. Then Install upper steering column shroud. Install the lower steering column shroud and tilt steering column lock lever.
Sorry You can't you will have to replace the whole housing If the cylinder doesn't turn Your out of luck
There will be a pin on the front bottom of the cylinder housing. Turn the key to the on position then push the pin in and pull the cylinder out.
You must turn the key to accessory mode and find a small hole in the housing where the barrel is. Push in with a paper clip or very small screw driver and pull the key and barrel out. When installing the new one, make sure you turn the key toward accessory mode before insterting it into the housing. You will hear the spring "click" Turn the key off and remove the key. DONE!
Top passenger side of the bell housing.Top passenger side of the bell housing.
The 1997 dodge ram doesn't have adjuastable timing if the. The timing is controled by a crankshaft sensor near the transmission bell housing and a cam position sensor in the distributor. the cam position sensor is uned mostly for fuel injection syncronization. The crankshaft position sensor mainly controls ignition timing and is not moveable/adjustable.
Remove the 2 screws holding the plastic housing around the steering wheel. Remove the top part of the housing; pull down the bottom part as it does NOT come off. Set your ignition to the RUN position. Push in the tab on the underside of the lock cylinder and pull out the old cylinder. Get your new cylinder & set it to the RUN position (or at least out of the LOCK position). Slide your new cylinder in the way the old one came out. Make sure it locks in correctly.
take the air filter housing off on left side the ignition coils
In the distributor housing
Try looking at your housing joint position from the outside...
Turn the key to acc. and push the plunger in located on the Ignition lock housing
sensor is located in the ignition housing itself and can not be serviced seperatly from the housing, it must be replaced
Thermostat is located on side of cylinder block, behind coolant inlet housing for lower radiator hose and the generator. drain cooling system. rotate accessory drive belt tensioner clockwise to release tension from accessory drive belt. remove accessory drive belt. remove mounting bolts and generator. disconnect electrical connector from engine coolant temperature switch for removal of coolant inlet housing. remove nuts, coolant inlet housing, thermostat and gasket.
If it is a 2.5 it is located in the distributor housing.
On top of the thermostat housing
A 66 Mustang regardless of engine doesn't have an ignition module from the factory. It uses breaker points inside of the distributor housing to directly control the ignition coil.
disconnect the battery first remove the horn cover use a 10 mm Allen 3/8's drive and remove the steering wheele its very tight the steering wheele will slide off without a puller remove the 3 screws holding the blinker/cruse switch housing in unplug them under the dash on the left side of the steering shaft. slide the steering shaft cover housing off and set aside insert the key turn it to the on position and now you can remove the hole ignition housing from the steering shaft if only trying to change the ignition and not the housing insert the key turn it to on and unscrew the outside of the housing and then pull it out then remove the the tumbler housing
1. Remove all the panel to gain access to the ignition switch assembly. 2. Disconnect ignition wiring harness. 3. If only the switch needs to be replaced, remove the retaining screw at hte back of the lock housing and remove the switch. If the automatic transmission interlock relay needs to be replaced, it may be unbolted from the housing -- don't loose the spring and the lock pin. 4. If the key lock is to be changed, place the key in hte switch and turn the key to ACC position. Insert a thin rod in the hole at the bottom of the housing and press the stop tab inwards. While holding the tab in, pull the cylinder out of the housing. * Installation in reverse but make sure that the key is in ACC position before installing, and the lock tab engages the hole....
Remove the plastic 2 piece shroud around steering column so as to gain access to the housing the tumbler sits in. Find three Phillips screws to remove in holes in the lower piece. Turn the ignition key to the Run position. Insert a small tip screwdriver in the access hole on the bottom of the housing to push the spring-loaded tab which will free the tumbler so you can simply pull the tumbler out with the key. Installation is the reverse. Be sure tumbler with key inserted is set to the Run position. Depress spring-loaded tab, insert tumbler into housing hole with tab down. All the way in, turn key to the Lock (off position).
LHS of the engine, below the ignition coil
What engine? On the 2.4L LD9, it's underneath the engine IDI (integrated direct ignition) cover... the big white plastic housing..
under the air filter housing on the passenger side fender.
On the left hand side of the engine is the thermostat housing. The camshaft position sensor is located directly above the thermostat housing on the end of the cylinder head.