Hate to tell you this, but you have to take the steering column apart. under the horn there's a bolt, but you need a special tool to put it back on... took me about a day and a half to fix it up on mine and now it just needs fixing again... so I just bought a club and hoped nobody found out it wouldn't lock.
Steps to replacing 1997 Mercedes-Benz C280 ignition switch?
According to the Chilton Corsica/Beretta 1988-1996 Manual, there are 21 steps to removing the ignition cylinder (and another 15 - 20 to reinstall it). Not that I don't want to past them all here, but you should get a manual... they're handy to have for any repairs.
First off, before you do anything you will need to make sure the lock cylinder is in the off position. If this is not done, you will need to reprogram the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) after replacing the ignition switch. Next you will need to remove the radio from the dash (you will remove the cylinder through the radio opening). Next, you will need to remove the beauty ring around the keyhole on the dash. Behind this there are 2 bolts. Once you remove the 2 bolts, you will be able to pull it through the backside of the dash and disconnect the 2 plugs and the anti-theft sensor. IF for some reason you are not able to remove the switch in the off position (if its stuck in the on position like mine was), you will need to reprogram the PCM after replacing the ignition switch or it won't start. You can get the steps to do that for your vehicle from your local GM dealer.
If you are just replacing the switch alone you have to disable the SRS airbags so the don't employ on accident. Then you have to remove the knee and column plastics. Once that is done trace the wires from the key lock cylinder to the electronic ignition switch. Unplug and remove bad switch and reverse order for assembly. If you are replacing the key lock cylinder you have to do the first 2 steps above then drill out the shear head bolts and rmove them with a screw extracter, install new switch with new shear head bolt until the head breaks off and then reverse order for assembly. Hope this helps.
You did something wrong. -Go back over all steps carefully (preferably with manual) and see where you went wrong.
Replacing the wheel cylinder is just a couple of extra steps to a 'normal' drum brake job.Disconnect the brake line from the wheel cylinderRemove the 2 mounting boltsBleed the brakesNot sure if the cylinder should be 'primed' with fluid - hopefully the part will come with instructions.See "Related Questions" below for more
You should change the key cylinder, it is available from most auto parts stores. The new cylinder will come with a new set of keys and they you'll be fine. Changing the cylinder isn't too hard, I managed it in about an hour when I was 15, you should likely also get a repair manual for the car as it will aid you with diagrams and steps for dis-assembly.
Well you could ram a flat head into the ignition and turn it to the on position then take steps
Should have bushings in it?
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(1)Remove the steering wheel, steering column cover and steering column shrouds; (2) turn the steering lock to the On position; (3)insert a 1/8" diameter wire, punch or small screwdriver into the lock cylinder housing and release the actuator pin while pulling on the cylinder. Installation is the reverse of the removal steps. - Mazda Pickups Repair Manual
Steps to remove and replace the lock cylinderTo Remove the Lock Cylinder1: Remove the cover UPPER/LOWER) from the steering column(usually 2 Phillips screws in lower cover, directly behind the steering wheel. 2: Turn the key to the run position (the position before start).3: Using a small diameter object (paper clip) slide the wire into the hole located underneath the ignition switch on the underside of the column. While pushing up on the pin in the hole, turn the key and pull outward. The tumbler should release and come out.4: To replace, turn the key in the new cylinder to run.6: Place the cylinder in the column where the old one came out.7: Turn the key to the off position and the cylinder is now locked in place.
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You will need the following for this project:-Ratchet-Deep Socket (on my '97 4runner I needed a 10mm)-New cylinder and Key-Key for old Cylinder.Condition of vehicle:* No preparation required to begin project.1:Start off by removing the four mounting bolts for the panel below the steering wheel.2:next, simply pull on the panel until it has come free of it's mounting areas. NOTE:the gas-cap opening device, and hood opening device cableswill remain attached to panel.Just lay panel on floor, it will not be in the way.3:If your vehicle has the lighting ring around the ignition assy. than follow steps 4-5, if not skip to step 6.4:Remove small plastic "pin" (at the "1 O'clock" position), from the side of the cylinder and luminous collar.5:Slide Luminous collar off of ignition Cylinder.6:Insert old key into ignition; Turn to the "ACC" position and leave there.NOTE(7):You can use your new ignition cylinder topush in the pin (located at the "6 O'clock" position on old cylinder) in.7:While pushing in pin (see 'note(7)' above) pull on key (keeping it in the "ACC" position) until cylinder is removed. Some wiggling may be required.8:Position new key in new cylinder, turn to "ACC".9: depress pin at the 6 O'clock position.10: insert new cylinder into housing.11: re-assemble/install all panels as required.12:Finished.
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Get your new sway bar and you will see what has to be taken loose to remove and reinstall it.
There are five steps on how to replace the fuel injector in a cylinder. Some of the step-by-step instructions are disconnect the negative battery cable, relieve the fuel pressure, and remove the cylinder head cover.
You have to do a 30 minute "learn procedure" or you can take it to auto zone and they can hook up their scanner to your car, then hook it up to their computer and get the codes, rehook it up to your car and go through a "10 minute Learn Procedure". Here is the one you can do yourself at home: 30-Minute Learn Procedure# Turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF . ## Attempt to start the engine, then release the key to ON. The vehicle will not start. # Observe the SECURITY telltale, after approximately 10 minutes the telltale will turn OFF . # Turn OFF the ignition, and wait 5 seconds. # Repeat steps 1 through 4 two more times for a total of 3 cycles/30 minutes. The vehicle is now ready to relearn the Passlock Sensor Data Code and/or passwords on the next ignition switch transition from OFF to CRANK .NOTEThe vehicle learns the Passlock Sensor Data Code and/or password on the next ignition switch transition from OFF to CRANK . You must turn the ignition OFF before attempting to start the vehicle.# Start the engine. The vehicle has now learned the Passlock Sensor Data Code and/or password. # With a scan tool, clear any DTCs if needed. History DTCs will self clear after 100 ignition cycles.
1. Remove the lower steering wheel shroud. For a 1998 Jeep Cherokee it is connected with three #2 Phillips screws underneath. 2. Put the key in the ignition, turn the ignition to ON. On the key cylender, in the middle bottom, is a rectangular button. Press it all the way in, with a small bladed standard screwdriver. 3. Pull the key cylender out. Reverse steps to reinstall.
Not easy. Get a manual on your car and it will help on the next repair.
If you need to replace the slave cylinder it is located in the bell housing and the trans has to be removed. The clutch master cylinder is located on the firewall on the drivers side
the head bolts are tightenend to spec in 2-3 steps and go from 18-37
The four-stroke engine cycle.
The seat belt chime can be enabled or disabled by following these steps. Note: The following steps must occur within the first 60 seconds of the ignition switch being turned to the ON or START position. 1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position, and buckle the driver
Air in the system ----------------------------------- If you have replaced the master, you have to bench bleed it first to get the air out. That done, master bolted on, you will then have to bleed the 4 wheels, till all the air is out. If you need more info, send me a msg. and I will go thru all the steps.