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That is a hard one.
on most ignition switch assy, there are pins, that must be drifted out.
why are you asking this,.?
take the assembly to any lock smith, and ask him to do it.
he has very special tools to do that.
last one I did, it cost more in labor to do that ,than a new assy.
assy is tech jargon for Assembly.

Posted on Mar 29, 2014

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SOURCE: how to remove the ignition switch in a 1993 Jeep Cherokee?

The ignition switch or the key cylinder?

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SOURCE: how to remove the ignition switch in a 1993 Jeep Cherokee?

you need to remove steering wheel and you will see how its done once you get inside

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SOURCE: would like to remove ignition lock cylinder from steering collum

Pull airbag you are going to need a wheel puller a pair snap ring pliers and a lock plate compreser all loaner tool avalable at most parts stores. pull wheel them yellow airbag control moduel then comes the lock plate remove it there is small ring locking it onto stearing shaft once you pull that you will be able to see ignition cylinder small star bit screw above it remove it and pull out cylinder. put back together in reverce order

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SOURCE: Ignition switch won't release key when it is put in park. But when I removed switch and key tumbler, the key tumbler/cylinder releases key. Why won't the key release when it is in park?

I figured out that if you shift into park and then with your thumb NOT pressing in the little side shifter button , pull the shifter back quickly (toward Neutral ) and back into park without depressing the button....you should hear it "click" into Park. That's it turn the car off and pull out the key.Works every single time for me.I read in the owners manual that the car isn't shifted ALL the way into park and that's why the key gets stuck.

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IF you have a locksmith take it out it is possible that he may be able to repair the pins in the tumbler but I think the cost would be more than getting a new tumbler. If you use a locksmith then he can set the new tumbler pins so that you can use the old key and that will save you carrying extra keys unnecessarily.

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Review this Wiring Diagram and this comment: when installing a 791 TRANSPONDER BYPASS System on this vehicle it will be necessary to remove the BOTTOM STEERING COLUMN Cover and IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER to gan access to the Factory Transponder System around the Ignition Switch. To do so will require that you first look at the bottom of the STEERING COLUMN COVER to identify the screw holes from the IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER RELEASE PIN HOLE, that is required to remove the Ignition Switch Tumbler, the IGNITION SWITCH RELEASE PIN HOLE is the SMALLEST Hole in the plastic cover in this picture. NOTE *** to remove the IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER, a TORX #15 Bit on a Screw Driver will work just fine. Incert it up into this hole and press, at the same time, turning the IGNITION SWITCH ON and the Tumbler will pull out at the same time. This Must be done to remove the IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER so that the BOTTOM Steering Column Cover can be removed to gain access to the TRANSPONDER SYSTEM built around the IGNITION SWITCH.

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If The Ignition Switch Is Defective, It Must Be Replaced Regardless. Before Removing A Dashboard-mounted Switch, The Tumbler (Lock Mechanism) Must Be Removed From The Switch.Normally A Small Piece Of Wire Is Inserted Into A Hole IN The Front Of The Switch And The Key Is Turned.This Will Release The Tumbler From The Switch So The Tumbler Can Be Pulled Free. Then Unplug The Wires And Remove The Old Switch.

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