I had a similar problem and did alot of reading. It appears there is an issue with Gm igniton switches. They can cause stuck keys. also can cause vehicle to stop running even while driving (this is what happened to me) SES light, window, wiper and shifting problems. I replaced switch it was a pain as you have to practically disassemble your dash. part cost abt. 100.00 at Autozone. also your key tumbler could be bad very cheap and a little bit of a pain to replace
how to pull a ignition cylinder on a S-10 extented cab automatic
u have to pull the whole distributer to change the pickup coil
Remove the ignition switch retaining nut. Pull the ignition out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition barrel. Reverse the process to install the new ignition.
Turn it, then pull up and out.
pull the shaft
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You will need to pull the front grill and it will be in the condenser where the liquid line connects to............
Yes, there is a nylon ``sock`` on bottom of fuel pickup.
Put an awl in the small hole under nieth of ignition switch,push up, with the ignition in the run position with vehicle off. Pull out in same positon and install new one in the run position.which is same position you will pull out old one.
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Look in the fuse box and find the DRL fuse and pull it out.
Pull the dipstick out of the automatic transmission and read it, will tell you what fluid to use.
use a flathead screw driver to take the center of the pushin clips out and pull the push in clips out
Turn radio off. Turn ignition switch on. (engine not running). Pull OUT seek button to change hours. Pull out scan button to change minutes.
If that is an automatic transmission, pull the dipstick and read it, it will tell what fluid to use.
One of the valve covers will have a plug, you can pull out. Usually the driversn side.
There should be a radiator drain on bottom right side. turn it until it stops then pull out on it.
Assuming this is an automatic transmission, pull the dipstick out and read it, it will tell you the proper ATF to use.
To replace an ignition switch on a 2000 Chevy Blazer remove the lower steering column and dash. Locate the ignition switch and pull the end-clip off the main harness. Remove the mounting screws from the ignition cylinder and replace the unit.
The slave cylinder is actually built onto the throw-out bearing. If you have a problem with it you will have to pull the trans.
U have to pull the steering wheel and the turn signal mechanism behind it. Once that's outa the way you will find one screw that most be removed then the ignition will slide right out.
== == If it's a manual it has no filter. If it's an automatic it's on the bottom. Pull the pan on the bottom of the tranny and it will be directly above. Inside the transmission.
If your checking the level of the tranny fluid in an automatic you need to turn on the engine let it idle in park NEUTRAL and pull the dipstick.
Pull the transmission dipstick and read what it says on the stick, it will tell you what fluid it requires.