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    Default removing 504 ignition switch

    I'm replacing a faulty switch bu can't get it out
    I've removed the small hexagonal nut that holds the switch in position, and can insert a thin metal probe to press in the brass locking pin but nothing appears to happen after this. I've disconnected all wires so they can be pushed upwards to allow the switch to move outwards.

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    Does the key need to be inserted in the lock as well, if so, what position, or is there another trick?

    ..a work in progress.....

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    yes you need the key in the lock

    you need to turn it i think from memory to the garage position and then push the little pin in underneath it
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    Default Got it. Thanks - however problem still exists

    I'll start a new thread - that is what is and where is the detente switch on an auto and can it be bypassed?

    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo
    yes you need the key in the lock

    you need to turn it i think from memory to the garage position and then push the little pin in underneath it

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