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Old 10-16-2007, 09:14 PM   #1
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Default Can the ignition switch be removed without removing the steering wheel (93 SL2)?

I have the problem with the chime staying on after the key is taken out - seems to be a common one. I've seen some differing information on whether or not you need to pull the steering wheel to get to the ignition switch. Haynes says yes, but I don't see any mention of that in the write up in the how-to section on here. Hopefully it's not needed?...

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On my Gen 2s it's accessible by just removing the covers. I had the same problem when I bought my 97 four years ago and found a post then about taking it apart and slightly stretching the spring. It worked.
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This should pertain to your 93.Click here.
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Awesome - great video, thanks...

Right now I'm stuck because I've lost the right attachment for my narrow drive nut/screwdriver set.... Should get back to it this weekend.
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Old 10-19-2007, 11:48 AM   #5
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problem with the chime staying on after the key is taken out
And I believe that you'll find that it applies only when the driver's side door is open.

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This should pertain to your 93.Click here.
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