Question about 1989 Ford Bronco
Hi, although i havnt worked on this particular car, they're pretty much the same throughout. you'll first have to take off the shroud behind the steering wheel which surrounds the ignition barrel, there should be screws/torx underneath which secure this. once removed you should be able to see the ignition barrel and a small retaining screw/s holding it into the frame. undo these. turn the key two clicks i think, just before the car starts. underneath the barrel you will notice two little spring loaded pins which you have to push up with a screwdriver so you can wiggle the barrel out. next just unclip the electrical connections, pull them through one at a time and the barrel should slide free. if you mean youve lost the keys and want to replace the barrel im not sure! hope this helps mate, Rob.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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