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hpr3768 :: Jeep Ignition Repair

Replacing ignition on my 1999 Jeep Wrangler

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Hosted by Stache_AF on 2023-01-11 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Duration: 00:10:31

general.

I should have started by removing these two screws

Kneeboard Screws
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But I actually started with two of these screws, removed the knee board, then removed the third screw

Column Housing Screws
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I removed the ignition assembly by removing these three screws. There is a large bump on the bottom, this is where the spring that lifts the ignition locking mechanism goes

Lower Ignition Screws
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Side Ignition Screw
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The piece of ignition that had broken

Broken Ignition Piece
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Replacement part. The marked part is very delicate and will snap easily

Good Ignition
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Comment #1 posted on 2023-01-28 17:20:36 by one_of_spoons

Ear pieces.

Funny how you apologised for the gentle background noise of a distant aeroplane, then sent many, many alarm bleeps into my well sealed earpiece. I need to tie a piece of string to the phono wire next time I've got my gloves in the goop. My mistake. Thanks for the show

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