Question about 1988 Jeep Wrangler
I can still start the Jeep, but my keys keep breaking. Do I have to replace the whole ignition lock cylinder? Do I have to have a wheel puller. I don't really like working on cars, but this jeep is not really worth taking it to a repair shop, so I'd like it to be simple and something that I could do myself......
Yes you need a new cylinder and you will need to pull the steering wheel then there is a screw to take out the lock will slide out
a new one is like fifteen dollars
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