Ignition Switch on 1997 Volkswagen Passat

Ignition Switch: I disconnected the wiring harness but can't get the actual switch removed. Can't find anything that keeps it attached to the cylinder. Anything special that needs to be done to remove?

by in Cincinnati, OH on June 26, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on February 11, 2014
Air bag and steering wheel need to be removed. Crush sleeve must be removed. to remove crush sleeve (special puller or air impact chisel). remove ignition housing. look inside, very small screw ( #1 Phillips) Full video on youtube
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