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Ignition switch and key cylinder

The ignition key must be in the key cylinder for cylinder removal.

KEY CYLINDER REMOVAL

(1) Disconnect negative cable from battery.

(2) If equipped with tilt column, remove tilt lever by turning it counterclockwise.

(3) Remove upper and lower covers (shrouds) from steering column (Fig. 34).

(4) If equipped with automatic transmission, place shifter in PARK position.

Fig. 34 Shroud Removal/Installation-Typical Fig. 34 Shroud Removal/Installation-Typical

1 - NUT

2 - STEERING WHEEL

3 - TILT LEVER

4 - UPPER SHROUD

5 - PANEL BRACKET

6 - SPACER

7 - NUT

8 - LOWER SHROUD

9 - CLOCK SPRING

(5) A retaining pin (Fig. 35) is located at side of key cylinder assembly.

(a) Rotate key to RUN position.

(b) Press in on retaining pin while pulling key cylinder from ignition switch.

IGNITION SWITCH REMOVAL

(1) Remove key lock cylinder. Refer to previous steps.

(2) Remove 3 ignition switch mounting screws (Fig. 36). Use tamper proof torx bit (Snap-Ont SDMTR10 or equivalent) to remove screws.

(3) Gently pull switch away from column. Release connector locks on 7-terminal wiring connector at ignition switch and remove connector (Fig. 37).

(4) Release connector lock on 4-terminal halo lamp wiring connector and remove connector (Fig. 37).

(5) Disconnect electronic "PRNDL" from switch (if equipped).

IGNITION SWITCH AND KEY CYLINDER INSTALLATION

If installing ignition key lock cylinder only, proceed to following steps 2, 3 and 4. Also refer to following steps 12 through 18. If installing both switch and key cylinder, refer to steps 1 through 18.

(1) Rotate flag (Fig. 38) on rear of ignition switch until in RUN position. This step must be done to allow tang (Fig. 39) on key cylinder to fit into slots (Fig. 36) within ignition switch.

Fig. 35 Retaining Pin Fig. 35 Retaining Pin

1 - IGNITION SWITCH

2 - KEY/KEY CYLINDER (RUN POSITION)

3 - RETAINING PIN

Fig. 36 Switch Mounting Screws Fig. 36 Switch Mounting Screws

1 - IGNITION SWITCH

2 - SLOTS NOT ALIGNED

3 - SLOTS ALIGNED

4 - IGNITION SWITCH MOUNTING SCREWS (3)

Fig. 37 Ignition Switch and Halo Lamp Connectors Fig. 37 Ignition Switch and Halo Lamp Connectors

1 - KEY-IN SWITCH & HALO LIGHT

2 - MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH

3 - TURN SIGNAL SWITCH & LEVER

4 - IGNITION SWITCH

5 - SPEED CONTROL

Fig. 38 Flag in RUN Position Fig. 38 Flag in RUN Position

1 - REAR OF IGNITION SWITCH

2 - PARK LOCK DOWEL PIN (RUN POSITION)

3 - FLAG (RUN POSITION)

(2) With key into ignition key cylinder, rotate key clockwise until retaining pin can be depressed (Fig.

39) or (Fig. 40).

(3) Install key cylinder into ignition switch by aligning retaining pin into retaining pin slot (Fig.

40). Push key cylinder into switch until retaining pin engages. After pin engages, rotate key to OFF or LOCK position.

Fig. 39 Key Cylinder-Rear View Fig. 39 Key Cylinder-Rear View

1 - IGNITION KEY LOCK CYLINDER

2 - PUSH PIN

3 - RETAINING PIN SLOT

4 - RETAINING PIN

5 - DRIVER

Fig. 40 Installing Key Cylinder Into Switch Fig. 40 Installing Key Cylinder Into Switch

1 - IGNITION SWITCH

2 - DRIVER

3 - IGNITION KEY LOCK CYLINDER

4 - RETAINING PIN

5 - RETAINING PIN SLOT

(4) Check for proper retention of key cylinder by attempting to pull cylinder from switch.

(5) Automatic Transmission Only: Before attaching ignition switch to steering column, the transmission shifter must be in PARK position. The park lock dowel pin on rear of ignition switch (Fig. 41) must also be properly indexed into the park lock linkage (Fig. 42) before installing switch.

Fig. 41 Ignition Switch View From Column Fig. 41 Ignition Switch View From Column

1 - REAR OF IGNITION SWITCH

2 - PARK LOCK DOWEL PIN (LOCK POSITION)

3 - FLAG (LOCK POSITION)

Fig. 42 Park Lock Linkage-Automatic Transmission-Typical Fig. 42 Park Lock Linkage-Automatic Transmission-Typical

1 - DOWEL LOCATING HOLES (2)

2 - PARK LOCK SLIDER LINKAGE

3 - IGNITION SWITCH MOUNTING PAD

4 - STEERING COLUMN

5 - SLOT

(6) The flag at rear of ignition switch (Fig. 41) must be properly indexed into steering column before installing switch. This flag is used to operate the steering wheel lock lever in steering column (Fig. 43).

Fig. 43 Steering Wheel Lock Lever Fig. 43 Steering Wheel Lock Lever

1 - STEERING COLUMN

2 - STEERING WHEEL LOCK LEVER

3 - LOCATOR (SHAFT AT END OF FLAG)

This lever allows steering wheel position to be locked when key switch is in LOCK position.

(7) Place ignition switch in LOCK position. The switch is in the LOCK position when column lock flag is parallel to ignition switch terminals (Fig. 41).

(8) Automatic Transmission Only: Apply a light coating of grease to park lock dowel pin and park lock slider linkage. Before installing switch, push the park lock slider linkage (Fig. 42) forward until it bottoms.

Do a final positioning by pulling it rearward about one-quarter inch.

(9) Apply a light coating of grease to both column lock flag and shaft at end of flag.

(10) Place ignition switch into openings on steering column.

(a) Automatic Transmission Only: Be sure park lock dowel pin on rear of ignition switch enters slot in park lock slider linkage (Fig. 42).

(b) Be sure flag on rear of switch is positioned above steering wheel lock lever (Fig. 43).

(c) Align dowel pins on rear of switch into holes on side of steering column.

(d) Install 3 ignition switch mounting screws.

Tighten screws to 2 N*m 6.5 N*m (17 in. lbs. 6 5 in. lbs.) torque.

(e) After installing ignition switch, rotate ignition key from LOCK to ON position. Verify that park lock slider moves in slider slot, allowing gearshift lever to be moved out of PARK (auto. trans.

only). If slider does not move, and gearshift lever is locked in PARK, the ignition switch park lock dowel pin, on rear of ignition switch, is not prop-erly installed in slot of park lock slider linkage.

Remove ignition switch and reinstall.

(11) Connect electrical connectors to ignition switch, halo lamp and (if equipped ), to "PRNDL".

Make sure that switch locking tabs are fully seated in wiring connectors.

(12) Install steering column covers (shrouds).

Tighten screws to 2 N*m (17 in. lbs.) torque.

(13) Install tilt column lever (if equipped).

(14) Connect negative cable to battery.

(15) Check for proper operation of halo light.

(16) Automatic Transmission Only: Shifter should lock in PARK position when key is in LOCK position (if equipped with shift lock device). Shifter should unlock when key rotated to ON position.

(17) Check for proper operation of ignition switch in ACCESSORY, LOCK, OFF, ON, RUN, and START positions.

(18) Steering wheel should lock when key is in LOCK position. Rotate steering wheel at least 180 to verify. Steering wheel should unlock when key is rotated to ON position.

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