Question about 1999 Plymouth Breeze
Am trying to get the old cylinder out of the steering column without busting the plastic column up.
Have new one but cannot get old one out. Does not turn at all.
Any suggestions - without busting the column?
Put key in and turn to aux position then push lock pin down and barrel comes out...no key cut it off
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
here are the instruction the first set are the instruction on how to remove the turn signal switch as you will need them to remove the ignition
Removal & Installataion of turn signal switch
Removal & Installation of ignition lock switch
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
o.k... you broke the key off in the cylinder... right... o.k... can you turn the key? it you can... usually you just put the key in the acc position... and just pulls out... now... some ignitions use a pin to keep the cylinder in... just hope you don't have one... because you'll have to pull off the steering wheel and the turn signal switch... just to get to it... them you'll have to get a small screw driver and remove the pin... not easy... any way... just use a big flat head screw driver... and ever so gently... pry out... when you get a new one... reverse the procedure to install... hope this helps man
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
SOURCE: plymouth breeze
its behind the drivers side wheel well. look by your front left tire in front of it and you should see some butterfly nuts. its a weird spot for a battry lol i know, i have the same car
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
torx drivers can b found at any hardware ,auto ,where most tools are sold but before u do all that pick up a set of small picks like used in removing o-rings u should b able to fit one of the angled ones in cylinder and remove broken piece
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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