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Pedja's 1968 Firebird

2019 March
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So I’m building out this82 firebird for the strip. In order to get to the ignition wires on the column do have to take apart the column ? Because I’ve taken apart every wire harness that’s under there. 

Yes putting in a push start, with a toggle switch cluster to control a variety of things but mostly it has all my stuff linked to a kill switch. I don’t need 30 people telling me I’m doing it wrong bc it’s not stock. Just asking for help 

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The ignition switch is located on top of the steering column at the bottom toward the floor...and is activated by the locking rod coming down from the key /lock cylinder..Might have to drop the steering column down to access it... The only wires that run inside the column up toward the steering wheel key/lock cylinder would be for the key buzzer ,horn and the turn signals...All the power wires for the starting system will be plugged in at that switch at the bottom.....

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