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Heat Shield Front Bolt

The cylinder with the boot is the shift rod, just feel for the lump that is the bolt and scratch a hole in the insulation. You may need to detatch the plastic wiring sleeve and move it aside. It's a T-25 Torx bolt IIRC. Don't remove the shifter.
Last modified: Jun 21, 2007

Heat Shield Rear Bolts

Lift up the rear end of the carpet; these bolts sit just aft of the floor console. They are the pair farthest to the right in this photo. Don't forget the two bolts underneath the car!
Last modified: Jun 21, 2007

Ignition Key Switch

Notice the little button on the side- you align this with the hole (drilled out cap) in the housing, then reach in and press it, and tug the lock cylinder out with a key.
Last modified: Jun 21, 2007

Depressing the Lock Cylinder Release

Use a drill bit or piece of wire. I used a bicycle spoke. Line up the button with the hole, depress the button, and pull the cylinder out. For those needing more reference, that's the correct wiring for the ignition switch for MY 1992.
Last modified: Jun 21, 2007

'87 S Ignition Switch

This is the transmission donor car, the best $350 (hoist included) I ever spent!
Last modified: Sep 6, 2007


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