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Key broke off in column

Been starting with a screw driver now grove is worren smooth cant turn past wait to start point can i and how to pull key cylinder

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If you can get it to turn tothe on position (wait to start position) you should be able to locate the lock pin in the lock cylinder (may have to pull off lower plastic part of column to access) push up on the pin with a small punch or drill bit (with ignition in on position) and pull out the lock cylinder assembly. Be careful, there may be a gear inside that should come out with lock cylinder, use caution when installing new cylinder to make sure it is installed in the proper positon. Hope this helps.

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