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how do you get the steering column apart to get to the starter switch on an 82 chevy pickup?

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Usually on a GM, the switch itself is under the column near the brake pedal. It is built into the neutral safety switch. A rod runs up from it to the key.
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Usually on a GM, the switch itself is under the column near the brake pedal. It is built into the neutral safety switch. A rod runs up from it to the key.
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now if you mean the lock cyl. we need to know tilt or non tilt
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X3..... it might be bolted to the column by 2 bolts/screws...... mark the switch's position before you remove them, it helps getting it back in the right spot when re-installing
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