Where are the retaining screws for an 89 or 90 Bronco II ignition switch? The 88 & earlier B II"s are different. A picture would help. I asked this question months ago but got answers for an 88 and earlier. Chilton says remove the retaining screws from the studs.
Found the pin & replaced the lock on my 98 BII with tilt wheel & auto trans. Used a bent 6 inch 14 gauge copper wire to push in the pin to release the lock. You insert it through the tube like flange that points down & to the cars rear below the lock cylinder. You can’t see the hole but I used the wire to feel around. It only took a few seconds. Also you do not have to pull the steering wheel. Tilt the wheel up. Pull the lower dash panel below the column that is held by 2 screws. Than remove the 2 screw holding the upper & lower steering plastic shroud. Remove the lower shroud. Push it forward & release from the grooves on the upper shroud. Than tilt the wheel down & pull off the top shroud. Maybe this will help someone else.
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