I just bought a 93 bronco, 351, auto. The ignition switch was broken and the guy put a push button to start it. Can I replace the switch and remove the push button? Would I have to replace the whole column?
Not that simple on 92+ models. There is a two piece plastic actuator inside of the column which tends to break, when they do you will feel no resistance when you turn the key. They are a pain in the ass to replace thats why people will just say F it and put in a push button.I'm pretty sure that there is a metal bar running g the length of your steering column. I think its probably just a little bent , but having it adjusted SHOULD make it work. Now don't ask me how to fix it, since I also did a push button on mine!
Yeah, I guess a properly working ignition switch would be on the bottom of my list too.Thanks for the info. It starts fine with the push button. I just wanted to fix it the right way. I think I may just say screw it and keep the button and save the time that I would of spent on that and fix something more important. Thanks again for the info.