The ignition lock bracket is fixed to the steering column with two bolts, the heads of which are cut off at a certain tightening torque
Replacing the contact part of the ignition switch
Disconnect the wire from the negative terminal of the battery.
To replace the contact part of the switch, remove the steering column covers (see Removing and disassembling the steering column).
Using a slotted screwdriver, we unscrew the two screws that tighten the steering column covers.
Remove the top cover.
We move the steering column to its highest position.
Reject the upper edge of the casing towards us until its lock comes out of the column slot.
Remove the casing by moving it up.
Using a slotted screwdriver, unscrew the two screws securing the contact part of the ignition switch
Remove the contact part from the lock body
Disconnecting the connecting block of the switch
We connect the new switch to the connector, put it in place, aligning the groove in the hole with the protrusion on the lock, and fix it with screws
If the car has an ignition lock of a different type, then we change the contact group in the following order
Remove the steering column cover.
Disconnect the ignition switch wiring harness block.
Unscrew the screw securing it to the bracket at the bottom of the ignition lock
On top of the switch, use a thin screwdriver to sink the pin into the bracket body
Remove the switch from the bracket
Unscrew the two screws securing the contact group to the switch
Disconnect the contact group from the switch
If the new contact group does not have a wiring harness, solder the wires from the terminals, having previously marked their position in any way.
It is necessary to mark it, because two wires are blue, and there are no pin designations on the block of the contact group
Solder wires as shown
Install the parts in reverse order.
Removing the ignition switch assembly
To remove the ignition switch assembly, it is advisable to remove the steering column (see Removing and disassembling the steering column), unscrew the two special bolts.
If their heads are not broken off, then turn them off with a key"on 10"
Otherwise, remove the contact part of the ignition switch so as not to split it during operation, loosen the bolts with a thin chisel
Unscrew the bolts with pliers
Remove the lock
For subsequent assembly, we use new special bolts.
It will be possible to break off their hex heads as a theft protection.