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How do i take my old tumbler out of my 1995 lebaron

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If you have the key, the solutions actually quite simple. Here is a link to step by step instructions for your design. Although it says Jeep, the example is in fact a Lebaron. If you do not have a key, you will need to replace the switch and lock assembly together.
Good luck

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