Okay, I just talked to a friend at a local Chevy dealer who said they always replace them with the key in "neutral position" as well as the vehicle itself. I did both of these and then realized that the rod goes into the side hole, then the rod will turn enough to get the switch mounted. This explains why there is a slight bow in the rod. No one said that the rod would flex with the switch. As for putting it in as it came out, I have a problem with CRS (Can't Remember. STUFF) so I couldn't remember how it came out. Now all I have to do is get it together between all of the rain showers! 5 minutes of work, 1 hour break due to rain. I NEED AN INDOOR GARAGE! Would you tell my wife that? And I am with you about the knowledge of a little.
Tuesday, May 26th, 2009 AT 10:46 AM