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Re: B-700 School Bus Ignition switch by Phil Feinstein
Post New Message The switch is the only thing left. I'm thinking it's pretty easy if you have the switch at the base of the steering column. If this is the case, you want to pay close attention to the shaft that moves the switch; It has a nasty habit of rusting tight.

If the steering column is real skinny and is all steel, the switch is at the base of the column, just off the floor.

Do yourself a favor and check for loose terminals in the plug and check that the shaft that moves the switch moves *VERY* freely.

Hope that helps!
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