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You will have to disconnect he battery first and remove the steering wheel,autozone or advance auto parts rent the tool to remove the steering wheel. If not check around the steering wheel for some screws the hold the plastic that holds the trim around the steering wheel take them off and u might have access to the ign lock cyl but normally you wont be able to since u lost the key.
In "old school" cars, the ignition key tumbler assembly had a pin that would initiate the steering wheel lock. I imagine that has not changed. If you have the ignition changed (requiring the expense of the new key as well) it will probably fix the problem. If that is the part that is broken, I doubt it can be fixed without replacement. How important is this for you, really? Good Luck!!
You will also have a pair of White/Blue and Brown/White which is the RHS input and a White/Red Brown/White pair for the LHS input. Although... the stock amp uses a common earth input as you will see, the two Brown/White wires going into the same plug.
To put in another amp, you will need one with 'high level' input. Make sure it can take a common ground type input. If it cannot then just use a "high level to RCA" converter.
If you are putting in an after market headunit like i did, then you will just need to separate the two brown/white wires at both ends. If you do this you will need to test which brown/white wire at the head unit end is paired with which wire at the amp end. They are twisted together at the amp end but not at the headunit end (unless you cut the cloth tape back far enough).