Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Rolling Hills Estates, CA
Bronco Info: 1986 Bronco XLT 4x4 -AOD -Warn Hubs, NEW stock 302EFI (2008) All MSD ignition, 9mm FMSR wires
I have to believe thru the years that most of these Cam set ups are very similar, check out this thread by Bronco Boy, Ignition Actuator Replacement on an '85 w/tilt and look at post #2, it shows the directional signal cam with one hex screw in the center and 2 phillips screws just underneath the cam, circled in red.... and 2 more screws to the right, lower actuator "keeper block" screw and hazard ground screw IIRC...which also has to be removed....
Once you get the cam which has a "collar" off the steering shaft you'll notice 3 screws, circled in red for the "first metal column collar" that houses the key cylinder so it can be removed, along with the lower actuator, key cylinder and timing drive gear inside...........so doing the directional Signal Cam is almost like doing the "upper ignition actuator" PITA....lol lol
However after this it doesn't show the second metal collar being taken off, the one where the upper actuator sits in that track with the column shifter but I have to believe there are more screws......or you can slide the harness/connector part thru......Ford did it some how during mfging.......
Good Luck ~