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02-08-2011 03:06 AM
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You have to remove the lock cylinder from the switch before you can get the
switch off the dash, is that what you're doing? You have to have the key to
remove the cylinder. Stick a paperclip in the little hole in the lock
cylinder and turn the key counterclockwise; it'll slide right out. Very
crude anti-theft...

Terry



-----Original Message-----
From: gto- [mailto:gto-] On
Behalf Of Tim Schubert
Sent: Monday, August 01, 2011 8:33 PM
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Subject: [GTO] 1968 GTO ignition switch removal

Question: to remove ignition switch how does one separate the chrome
threaded outer trim ring from the key lock cylinder? I have loosened the
chrome trim ring but it wont release from the cylinder... Thanks in advance
for any help!!!! Tim

TIm Schubert
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>> Subject: Re: [GTO] How do I Safely get Pine Tree Sap Off My Paint?
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>> Have you tried using a product called "Oops"? It is safe to use and will
take tar off of paint safely & easily, I would figure tree sap would be
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