While moving my sliding steering wheel to the left, I pushed a little hard and a spring about 4" long came flying out, now the car will not start. Does anyone know where to attach this spring back in

Asked by Oct 04, 2015 at 06:48 PM about the 1965 Ford Thunderbird

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No, but I wish I had a 65 Bird to figure it out!

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The dash has to be dismantled at instramment cluster to expose column to re attach spring to starter safety switch left side of column on dash bracket.

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