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To get the ignition out you have to try toget the lock tight compound to break loose then support the steering column and drill out 2 shear bolts.using 1/8 drill bit.loosen the steering column boltsremove the left lower dash panel and left air deflector.slide steering column tube with the steering column downward and remove the steering lock from the steering column clamp.drill a hole in the center of the locking housing using a 1/8 drill drill bit.then push the retaining spring in with a punch and remove the lock cylinder. when you put it back it has to be lock tight. torque to 30 ft lbs.

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