This one is tough to explain. First, everything above the ignition switch has to come off. There is a tiny slot for inserting a fine small blade screwdriver into at the backside (?) of the switch to depress a little tab which releases the switch. Sometimes on columns that have never had the switch removed, this slot is solid and must be broken open first. I can show you in a heartbeat, but it is hard to explain. Can some one explain it better for us?
I saw the archive, but without a pic, it was hard to figure out. Especially since the lock was tight, I wasn't sure I was at the right place, I could feel the tab push in but the lock still wouldn't release. It was just stuck. With a little careful prying it finally came out. The whole column is now apart and soaking in parts cleaner. I'll paint it up tonight and reassemble it tomorrow.
P.S. Thanks Gene. You posted while I was composing this one
[This message has been edited by rlhelton (edited 10-10-99).]
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