Remove the steering wheel and plastic trim pieces around it. Then remove the
potmetal casting that the lock is in after removing the turn signal and
wiper switches. Once out, you'll see the small ignition switch on the bottom
held in by a small phillips screw.
Evidently my ealier post didn't make it. On my 81 Rabbit convertible. You
have to drill a hole in the collar at a very specific location so that you
can depress an internal clip that locks the switch in place. The bentley
manual showed me exactly where to drill the hole for my style vehicle. You
can't be off by much or it won't work.
That is for the key and tumbler portion of the ign lock assembly, Stephen.
Use the new tumber to guess where to drill and drill slowly to make the release
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