Some of these cover used screws to hold them on ( you just have to look from under the column. If you see two torx screws , remove them)
The lower cover will come off after the tilt lever is removed( most of the time they come out fairly easy, but i have broken a couple that were stubborn)
I remove the top cover also. To do this there are two E5 torx bolts ( a 4mm socket will fit to remove) One you can see on the left side. You have to look up from under the right side to see the other.
Once they are removed , the cover will come loose. If the lock cylinder has a shoulder on it , it will keep the cover from coming off. So this is where you need a 90 deg tool( like an allen wrench) to insert in the hole above the lock cylinder. the key has to be in the start position to push down on the removal tab on the lock cylinder. The cylinder should pull straight out.
Then you can see the switch. There is a ( key in cylinder switch on top) release the lock tab and turn it clockwise to remove. the other plug is the pass lock sensor on the cylinder housing. Remove the two screws holding the switch on with a E4 deep torx socket.( one screw will come out easy, one you have to have this socket to remove it)
The switch should pull off the column at this point.
Remove the lower dash and the metal brace under the column. Use a 9/32 socket to remove the screw holding the plug in. Slide the plug out and slide a screw driver between the inner and outer plug . slide the outer plug off on both sides.
Some switches use a park lock wire if it is a column shift. It goes up and over the top of the steering column, and should be easy to see how it disconnects.
Reinstall in reverse order.
If you have difficulty reinstalling, just let me know and I will talk you through it.
Looks more complicated than it really is. You will do great, just take your time.