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1964 Chevelle how do you remove the Ignition switch. There is a little hole on the face of the SW I know you place a wire in it what then What position is the SW suppose to be in??

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I believe you put it in the ACC position and push a paperclip in and it should come out.

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[This message has been edited by RickinNC (edited 12-30-2000).]
 

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Rick I have tried all the position. I clip seem to drop down deeper at the ACC location but nothing happens. I pull up on the SW hoping the face will come out with the tumbler. I used silicone spray to loosen the SW nothing seems to work.

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On mine, I had to kind of jiggle the key a bit in the ACC position as I turned CCW. After doing this it came out fairly easily. Also, you can't just let the paper clip sit there, you kinda have to push it in and hold it. Hope I was of some help.

Rob

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Thanks everyone. I'm doing all those things Ill just keep at it until it comes out.

Have a great 2001




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It needs to go past the ACC position to come out. With the key in turn it to the ACC position, depress with a paper clip and rotate the tumble to the left.
Have the tool to remove the switch nut if you want to borrow it. Send an e-mail for the phone number.
 

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John thanks for the tool offer. OPS is real close to me.

No I haven't got the tumbler out yet.I made one attempt before we left town.I'm going to have to get something stiffer than a paper clip. I have some jeweler type screw drivers that may do the job.

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The tumbler is out. I really don't knot what I did. I used a small nail felt it drop down another level and everything came apart at once nail sprung up into the air. I also picked up the bezel removal tool from OPG $7.95 + tax.

Thanks Everyone for the support

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