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Ingnition tumbler broke cant start

I have a 1992 plymouth grande voyager and the key wont start it I guess something broke in the tumbler. How do I hot wire it. I looked on line but only found it for regular cars and which is the neg. wire in the panel for the key switch?

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    JOSE MARRERO May 11, 2010

    does the key turn but no spark? or the key won't turn at all.....

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If the key won't start it; it might not be the key ignition, but rather; the ignition that has a stem that goes from the key ignition down on the steering colunm. However, you can get key ignitions for them, or buy the whole steering colum then take the key ignition out of it. But, I would suggest more information is needed before I can conclude that it is just the key ignition. Hope this help~!

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