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Was replacing the ignition switch and accidently broke off a silver piece off of where the switch goes connected. Can you some one tell me if this can be replaced and if I have to replace the entire key...


Replacing An Ignition Switch..

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.

A Steering Column-mounted Ignition Switch Is Separated From The Tumbler. It Is Normally About Halfway Down And On Top Of The Steering Column. To Remove This Type Of Switch, Remove The Fasteners Holding The Steering Column To The Dash. This Will Let The Column Drop Down So You Can Replace The Ignition Switch.

Apr 09, 2010 | 1999 Dodge Caravan

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Someone broke in my 2002 ford explorer and try to hot wire the car. he fail but left me with a mess. the steering column is broken wire is cut. i want to fix this on my own because anywhere i ask to fix it...


get a doner stearing column from nearest salvage,(thats what i would try). youll prolly have to buy a new key tumbler assembly and program the key to the computer anti theft sytem.
to program the new key, assuming all goes well with the new column and the new key tumbler,put the new key in ignition, turn key on for 15min, time it with a watch. after 15 min turn key off.
wait 15 more minutes. time that,
now after the 15 minutes u should b able to turn key on and start the vehicle.
the key tumbler/key switch kit should come with those instructions.
also if u buy a doner stearing shaft, i like when they let me pull it, lock the stearing wheel w/key so it doesnt turn.
there is a sensor called the "CLOCK SPRING," if u turn the wheel to far around while disconecting the stearing shaft at the bottom of column, u ruin this sensor and end up with a airbag lite on.
so b careful not to rotate the wheel more than two times in one direction the sensor is about 119 bucks u dont have to remove the stearing wheel to swap the column assemblys

Mar 23, 2010 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Ignition key will not turn


The steering wheel lock is preventing you from turning the ignition tumbler. Especially when the tires are turned all the way in one direction this can be very difficult to get free. What you need to do is wriggle the key as you attempt to move the steering wheel in the direction that it is already turned, it will take some force, but eventually the wheel will give just enough play to allow the key to turn and it will be just fine

Dec 10, 2009 | 2000 Daewoo Nubira

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Oldsmobile 2001 intrigue Ignition main the key will not turn


Possible fix for the year of car is a worn key or tumbler or both. Check with Olds with your car vin number to cut a new key. If it's the tumbler, it will have to be re-pinned with new pins by locksmith or replaced with new tumbler. Rare occasions the turning of steering wheel frees the steering locks pressure hold on ignition tumbler. New tumbler can be reset to match door so as not to have two different keys.

Nov 12, 2009 | 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue

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1992 gmc ignation tumbler


You have to remove the steering wheel, and the turnsignal switch, and you will see a torx bolt that retains the tumbler.

May 12, 2009 | 1996 GMC Sierra

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Tumbler problems


try this, put the key in and turn slowlyat the same time turn the steering wheel left to right and do this several times. this may get the tumblers to drop like they should. please rate this

Sep 12, 2008 | 1999 Dodge Caravan

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