Ignition Switch

Greg Galinsky nokian at aaahawk.com
Tue May 27 00:23:24 EDT 2003

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If we are talking about the electrical switch part; that can easily be
removed thru the instrument cluster opening.  If it is the steering column
lock; then my opinions mean nothing.  Have not removed one yet; soon.
Greg Galinsky

-------Original Message-------

From: JShadzi at aol.com
Date: Tuesday, May 27, 2003 01:42:09 AM
To: chris at force5auto.com; quattro at audifans.com
Subject: Re: Ignition Switch

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Hmm, its been a while since I did it, but if I remember correctly I tried
that and it wouldn't come out because of the interference with the lock
passing through the dash, it wouldn't allow it to slide out. I could be
though, I ended up pulling the column, but looking back if I could have
acessed it through the opening for the cluster that would have been easiest.


In a message dated 5/26/2003 8:29:54 PM Pacific Standard Time,
chris at force5auto.com writes:

> Why not remove the T30 safety torx holding the whole electrical and
> mechanical section of the ignition and pull it out that way? You've got to
> pull the cluster and combiswitches, but that's about it. 20mins.
> -Cheers
> Chris Semple
> Concord NH
> '92 S4
> '81 Vw Pickup

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