Question about 1994 Ford Explorer Limited
I have the new one and im having trouble finding the hole for where to push the button in to pull out the cylinder also does it have to be turned as like your starting it to get it out while pushing in the button or what?
T Worthingtons post was spot on. After having spent numerous hours looking for the mysterious hole and searching many on line forums I arrived here. The access tube is on the right side a little below the centerline of the lock cylinder and indeed at an angle. Some 1/8 welding rod or wire can sneak between the steering wheel and the tube. Put the switch in the run position and you can feel the cylinder release. Thanks much for the correct post.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
The hole is directly under the cylinder on the column. You might need to take the plastic cover off so you can see, but its not necessary. You will have to turn the key towards the starting position in order to push the pin up and remove the cylinder. I usually use a small allen wrench to do it.
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