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I can not get my new ignition cyclinder lock in

I would like to know if someone can help me put my ignition cyclinder lock in my 1997 toyota prado...thank you

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I just change my prado ignition distributor and my vihicle hardly start well, it used second or more time to start up what the problem?

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or the anti-theft bolts confusing you , the FSM covers all that
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