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I have attached a picture of the column. Take a look at it and let me know what you have removed. If it is the lock cylinder you are removing, here are the directions for that. Pictures 2 and 3 correlate with these directions.
IGNITION LOCK CYLINDER
Fig. 8 Lock Bolt Guard Removal.
Fig. 9 Buzzer Switch, Lock Cylinder & Turn Signal Switch Removal.
1. Place ignition to Lock position to prevent coil assembly from moving off center.
2. Disconnect battery ground cable.
3. Remove steering wheel.
4. Remove coil assembly retaining ring from upper steering column.
5. Remove SIR coil assembly. Let coil assembly hang freely.
6. Remove wave washer.
7. On models with tilt steering column, remove lock bolt guard assembly, Fig. 8, as follows:
a. Place ignition switch to Run position.
B. Rotate steering shaft assembly until block tooth is at 7 o'clock position and bolt guard screws are accessible through wide slots in shaft lock.
C. Loosen screws on lock bolt guard until guard can be removed.
D. Place ignition switch to Lock position.
8. Remove shaft lock retaining ring using tool No. J-23653-SIR, or equivalent, to push down shaft lock. Discard ring.
9. Remove shaft lock, Fig. 8.
10. Remove turn signal canceling cam assembly.
11. Remove upper bearing spring.
12. Remove upper bearing inner race and inner race seat.
13. Position turn signal to right turn position.
14. Remove multi-function lever and hazard knob assembly.
15. Remove turn signal switch arm.
16. Remove turn signal switch from steering column and let it hang freely, Fig. 9.
17. Remove inflatable restraint coil assembly with wire harness from column assembly. Gently pull wire through column.
18. Remove buzzer switch assembly and buzzer switch retaining clip, Fig. 9.
19. Remove ignition lock retaining screw.
20. Remove ignition lock cylinder set, Fig. 9.
21. Reverse procedure to install. Torque lock retaining screw to 40.0 lb in
Let me know if this helps or if you have other questions.
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Monday, May 13th, 2019 AT 5:38 PM