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post #1 of 5 Old 05-17-2010, 10:25 AM Thread Starter
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ignition switch install pics?

Hey all... new on the forum and new to jeeps..

I just got a 92 wrangler 4.0 5spd and i need some help.

Previous owner said ignition switch was bad, well was not there at all.

i picked up a new one. I can rod and harness but there are no switch or bolts or anything near there.

anyone have pics of what it should look like. maybe an exploded view or something?

Its super hard to see up there, do i need to drop the steering column?

repair manual does not have a diagram.

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Will this help?

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It will help a ton.. thanks.

this is the pic i needed.

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sorry for being even more of a noob. but are you talking about were you insert the key?

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post #5 of 5 Old 05-17-2010, 04:45 PM
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The ignition lock cylinder is where you insert the key, to get to that one you need to take the steering column apart, the ignition switch is an electrical part located on top of the steering column and you can get to it without removing the steering column, with slim hands and patience.

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