Need some suggestions here.I lost my keys and I know I have to remove
the steering wheel.I've changed locks on cars before,so there's no
problem there.But I've always had the key to turn the switch to on
position.Once I get to the screw holding the cylinder in,can I drill the
switch as to make it turn,or is there another way of doing this?Thanks
for any suggestions.
Thanks guys for the help.After taking the steering wheel off and the
other few things out,I just took the screw out that holds the lock
cylinder in.The thing just pulled out without drilling.The little spring
clip that holds the spring plate in was the hardest to get out,and I had
the plate compressor tool.Need some kinda tool to open the spring clip
to slide it off the steering post.Thanks Again!
I've always wondered... do they make a TOOL specifically for that
I've learned in the past to get under it with a sharp pick tool, then a
small flat tip screwdriver. Then, pry it "up the shaft" vs. trying to pry
it open. That clip can be the most difficult part of the job until you get
the knack of it. Well, unless you are going deeper for the loose tilt
mechanism syndrome... ; )
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