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Turn Signal/Wiper Switch Replacement

Is this an easy fix? My fathers is going out and I am going to fix it for him. Thanks fo the help. I already have the switch looks like it is held in by 2 screws.
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fairly simply actually...i think theres 3 screws that hold the bottom half of the column cover on. remove those. turn the key to the on position, there is a little pin that is under the ignition cylinder housing, push it in using something the same size as the pin (screw driver, nail etc...). the key must be on the "run" position to push it in. once its pressed in, pull the ignition cylinder straight out, do not turn it. tilt the wheel down if it has tilt and remove the top half. it takes 2 torx bit screws to remove it. it can be done without removing the ignition but its faster if you've done it a time or two. Good luck.

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