Ignition Switch Replace on Falcons



    1963-65 Falcon
    1. Disconnect battery ground cable.
    2. Remove all keys from your ring only have key like picture above.
    3. Turn ignition key to "ACC" position, Using a paper clip, slightly
    depress release pin and turn key counter-clockwise.
    Then pull key and lock cylinder out of switch.
    4. Press in on rear of switch and rotate switch 1/8 turn counter-clockwise
    (as viewed from terminal end).
    Remove bezel, switch and spacer.
    5. Remove nut from back of switch.  Pull insulated plug from rear of switch.
    6. If a new ignition switch is to be installed,  Connect insulated plug with wires to back of switch. Install ground wire and  tighten nut.
    7. Position spacer cup on switch with open face away from switch.
    9. Place bezel, switch and spacer in switch opening. Press switch toward
    instrument panel and rotate it 1/8 turn to lock it in position.
    10. If new lock cylinder is to be installed, insert key in cylinder and
    turn it to "ACC" position. Push lock cylinder into switch.
    11. Connect battery cable and check switch operation.

    Bezel Replace on Falcons


    Chrome Bezel Replacement 1963-65 Falcon


      

    1. Disconnect battery ground cable.
    2. Lock cylinder must be remove first.
    2. Push switch forward rotated bezel
    3. Look at Bezel back side the slide groves are different sizes,
        you must have this line up correctly to reinstall bezel.
    4. Lock cylinder is to be installed, insert key in cylinder and
        turn it to "ACC" position. Push lock cylinder into switch.
    5. Connect battery cable and check switch operation.

    IF YOUR SWITCH HAS THE THREADED

    PIECE IN CENTER THIS IS A 12 VOLT SOURCE IN RUN POSITION

    CAN BE USED WHEN CONVERTING IGNITION SYSTEM OR RADIO CONVERSION


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