Question about Cars & Trucks
Hi Anthony, If you have entry to the vehicle, remove the cowling's from the column and chisel out the blind bolts holding the saddle in place. Once the bolts have been removed the barrel will detach from the column and can be replaced. When fitting the replacement tighten the until the heads break from the bolts. Regards John
Posted on Jul 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ignition switch 1994 ranger
If it were me, I'd take the Vin # down to the Dealer and get a key made(and take back the ignition you bought). As far as I know without the original key to allow the release pin to depress, the only possible chance might be to try another Ford key and it may release the ignition basket. Or call a locksmith and he can make a key for probably $50. **Or (ha ha) I could make a copy of my '94 Ranger key and send you a copy ! :>)
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
SOURCE: changing ignition key switch
From what I remember you need to put the missing key in and then press the cylinder release, a small hole by the ignition switch. Without the key, I guess you would need a locksmith to turn the tumbler then press the switch. Lock pick set anyone?
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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