The immobilizer coil is put on a piece of pipe (welded to the steering column pipe) in which the ignition switch is installed.
We remove the coil for replacement and when dismantling the ignition switch.
We remove the ignition switch for replacement if it fails or to replace the contact group.
Preparing the car for work.
Disconnect the negative battery terminal.
Remove steering column covers
We squeeze out two plastic clips, remove the immobilizer coil
By pressing the lock of the wire block, we disconnect it from the immobilizer coil
Remove the instrument cluster
We press the lock of the holder of the ignition switch wire blocks
Remove the pads from the holder
Having prying off the retainer of the wiring harness block with a slotted screwdriver, move the retainer
Disconnect the wiring harness block from the ignition switch wiring block
Using a Torx T-20 wrench, unscrew the screw securing the ignition switch
Having set the ignition key to the position between the marks "A" and "M" (applied on the end of the switch), we press the two switch latches with tweezers
We take it out of the steering column socket (shown on the removed steering column).
Install the ignition switch and the immobilizer coil in reverse order.