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Thanks for your answer joney but wots a key hurb is it the key barrel that can take out as I am a novice at this thanks

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Sorry paul i meant to say the ignition harb go to any place where you can buy parts for your car and tell them you want an ignition harb the part where you put it the key they will give you the whole part its not that expensive its less than R300.00. give them the model and make of the car

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