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!999 pontiac grand am ignition on dash\ How does

!999 pontiac grand am ignition on dash How does one get the ignition cylinder out.

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****DISCONECT BATTERY!!!****
1st - pop off the face plate ring
2nd - remove bolt(s) 1 -2 of them
3rd - insert key into switch and turn
This releases the cable lock and you should be able to pull it right out

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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