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Can I pop out the old ignition switch to put in a new one?

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  • dawsonchelsi May 03, 2009

    When i put the key in the ignition will not start and i need to replace it and it wont come out



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Yes if you have the key,put it in aux position and look for a pin thing to push in on the barrel

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