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How To Change 93 Ls400 Ignition Housing

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i recovered by stolen 93 ls400. the ignition switch housing is broken. i am trying to change it, all i see there are two pins that hold it in place. can anyone tell me how to take it out. thanks.

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Don't know exactly what you mean by 'housing', but the plastic piece[squarish] surrounding the ignition switch is held on by 4 clips--2 at bottom and 2 at top. You just use a screwdriver to pry this piece out (carefully).

think the manual showed the switch held in by screws........

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thanks for the reply. i am asking for removal of the metal piece that hold the ignition cylander. it is behid the cover that you mentioned. thanks.

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All it says is: to remove ignition switch: remove the 2 screws in the bottom and the screw at the left back[ holding the wiring harness to the switch.

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thanks again. where did you get this info. is it the repair manual? i do not see any screws for attachents, it has just two pins and on the side it is in the stearing column and in the back is tied to wiring with tie.

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this is in the '93 ser manual--but if you don't have screws--then it is not applicable!! that is all I know--maybe someone else does--I was just looking in the manual--not personal experience.

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