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Old 31 Oct 2006, 05:46 am
gqmarques@aol.com
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Default Replacing Ignition for '95 Civic

I noticed there was another blog with the same topic, same situation,
but no real answer. My car was stolen not too long ago and they left
my ignition snapped in two. I just got the replacement in today but
wanted to know what to expect before I go digging into this project. I
do have a detachable steering wheel for those who are saying I have to
take it off. I'm just making sure I cover all ends of this thing so I
don't make my situation any worse than it already is. On that note,
I'd appreciate any info you have to share.

Thanks,

Marcus

P.S. ~ Along with the ignition I was able to get the two door locks,
the trunck and the lock for the rear seats... any tricks to replacing
those also? Thanks again.

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Old 31 Oct 2006, 07:59 am
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Default Re: Replacing Ignition for '95 Civic

<gqmarques@aol.com> wrote in message
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>I noticed there was another blog with the same topic, same situation,
> but no real answer. My car was stolen not too long ago and they left
> my ignition snapped in two. I just got the replacement in today but
> wanted to know what to expect before I go digging into this project. I
> do have a detachable steering wheel for those who are saying I have to
> take it off. I'm just making sure I cover all ends of this thing so I
> don't make my situation any worse than it already is. On that note,
> I'd appreciate any info you have to share.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Marcus
>
> P.S. ~ Along with the ignition I was able to get the two door locks,
> the trunck and the lock for the rear seats... any tricks to replacing
> those also? Thanks again.
>


What model and year? (It matters a lot.) Also, I presume you have a driver's
side air bag?

Mike


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Old 31 Oct 2006, 04:14 pm
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Default Re: Replacing Ignition for '95 Civic


Michael Pardee wrote:
> <gqmarques@aol.com> wrote in message
> news:1162291611.787075.309800@f16g2000cwb.googlegr oups.com...
> >I noticed there was another blog with the same topic, same situation,
> > but no real answer. My car was stolen not too long ago and they left
> > my ignition snapped in two. I just got the replacement in today but
> > wanted to know what to expect before I go digging into this project. I
> > do have a detachable steering wheel for those who are saying I have to
> > take it off. I'm just making sure I cover all ends of this thing so I
> > don't make my situation any worse than it already is. On that note,
> > I'd appreciate any info you have to share.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Marcus
> >
> > P.S. ~ Along with the ignition I was able to get the two door locks,
> > the trunck and the lock for the rear seats... any tricks to replacing
> > those also? Thanks again.
> >

>
> What model and year? (It matters a lot.) Also, I presume you have a driver's
> side air bag?
>
> Mike


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