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How do I remove the ignition lock tumblers on a 2007 ridgeline

The key will not turn the ignition tumbler

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  • gordon beran Oct 28, 2012

    It is not the steering, the Key will not turn in the ignition. Something is wrong inside the ignition switch itself, and I need to remove the tumbler assy to repair it. I cannot figure out how to get the tumbler assy out!

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Check the steering and unlock it.

Posted on Oct 28, 2012

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With the title and an insurance card your dealer can cut a new key by the VIN if you have never replaced the lock cylinder before. If not it will be remove the column covers, drill out the lock and try not to damage the lock housing. Good Luck

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