no spark! 87 4kq

Tony Hoffman tfh400036 at
Fri Feb 4 12:48:56 EST 2005

Unfortunatly, it's a lot harder to get at in a 4000 than a type 44. I can do one of those in about 30 min, the 4000 takes a lot longer. The reason is, the screw is hid by the steering column. So, I've had to take the locking mechanism off when installing a new one  :(

Tony Hoffman

Kent McLean <kentmclean at> wrote:

If the 5K switch is like the switch on the 200, it comes
in two parts. One is where the key goes. The other is the
actual electrical part of the switch. In a nutshell, you
pull the instrument cluster, undo 2 painted set screws
holding the electrical part to the keyed part, pull out
the old part, insert the new part, and put it all back
together. In all, it's probably not much more work than
trying to add the temporary switch described above.

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