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how do you replace a neutral safety switch on a 1986 chevrolet monte carlo? Answered

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paganwonderBest Answer (author)2009-12-27

It's probably on top of the steering column, under the dash-  removing 2 bolts from the retaining bracket should allow the column to drop down enough to access the offending switch.

Kudos for continuing to use a vintage vehicle.

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steveastrouk (author)paganwonder2009-12-27

VINTAGE ? The paint's barely dry.

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1986 was a very good year for me, and I don't feel "vintage" at all.

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It must be vintage - it was so long ago my memories of it are vague- or maybe I'm just getting to be a geezer!

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steveastrouk (author)paganwonder2009-12-28

Vehicle behind me in my picture is my 1975 Landrover 101.  THAT'S vintage,

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In 1986, I was driving a 1967 Chevy Malibu. Man, what a great car that was.

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I had a '66 SuperSport- miss that over-powered black beast everytime I'm first in line at the light!  (I'm lucky I survived owning that car)

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Ah, good times. Good, stupid times....

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