Dont sound too bad according to this.
Disconnect the car battery's negative cable, followed by the positive one. Wait two minutes for the air-bag system to run out of power.
Insert the ignition key into the lock cylinder and turn it to the "Run" position.
Remove the knee bolster on the driver's side and the lower steering-column cover, removing their screws with a screwdriver and prying the bolster off its clips with a trim stick as needed.
Remove the screws connecting the ignition switch to the instrument panel with a screwdriver, then remove the center bolt on the harness connector with a small wrench. Disengage the switch from the actuator pin to remove it.
Check the replacement ignition switch and make sure its actuator pin slot is in the "Run" position. If you're holding the switch with its long, flat edge in front of you, the slot's "Off" position is the center of the five positions and "Run" is the first one to the right.
Position the ignition switch on the actuator pin and apply its mounting screws with the screwdriver. You may need to move the switch back and forth to line up the mounting screws' holes.
Bolt the electrical connector to the ignition switch using the wrench.
Reconnect the lower steering-column cover and the knee bolster.
Turn the lock cylinder back to the "Off" position and remove the ignition key, then reconnect the car battery--positive cable first, then the negative one.
Thursday, December 30th, 2010 AT 9:02 AM