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I have a toyota landcrusier 80 series

I need to remove the ignition tumbler for my 80 series toyota land crusier
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  • tech44 May 11, 2010

    If memory serves correct it is a contained unit. You will need to purchase a new one. Did you break the key off or is it worn. I have had to make two new keys in the last 10 years. It happens from the key blank that Toyota uses for OEM.

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I have a ignition probelm. i have a petrol and it wont start.checked every thing in the ignition system and its fine. but still wont fire

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Turn ignition to acc if you have the key and press the button on the sleeve its a hole in the sleeve with a button.If you dont have the key or it wont release drill the button.

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