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1949 suburban ignition switch removal
#1294907 Mon Jan 14 2019 11:43 PM
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Guys, it has been ages since I was here, need some info on removal of a stock ignition switch for a 1949 suburban ignition switch and no keys are currently available, do these simply unbolt from dash then remove 3 wires? I can get key made at locksmith for $20 if I bring him the ignition switch, I just can't recall after 20 years not touching one. I will post pictures of the runner/driver burb I'm moving for storage. Thanks guys for any help!

Re: 1949 suburban ignition switch removal
10 micron #1294922 Tue Jan 15 2019 01:30 AM
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https://www.classicparts.com/1947-53-Ignition-Switch-Original-Style/productinfo/53%2D405/

https://www.classicparts.com/1947-53-Ignition-Switch-Bracket/productinfo/53%2D461/

The bracket attaches to the rear of the dash.
As I dimly reall, the switch is twisted to catch the two posts.

I do not recall if there is an attachment nut/scew(s) for the switch to the bracket.


Tim
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Re: 1949 suburban ignition switch removal
10 micron #1294943 Tue Jan 15 2019 04:24 AM
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If you want to send me your orig. switch, I could come up with a key for you.

Re: 1949 suburban ignition switch removal
10 micron #1294981 Tue Jan 15 2019 07:13 PM
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Thanks guys for the help, I can get one local for $20, wish I could find my stash of keys and I could get one for $2 at Wal-Mart

Re: 1949 suburban ignition switch removal
10 micron #1295017 Wed Jan 16 2019 01:45 AM
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Two clutch head screws hold the ears of the switch on. Disconnect the battery ground! Loosen the 2 screws somewhat and turn the switch counterclockwise a bit and pull it out.


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