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Hello anyone please.1994 plymouth grand voyager le.lock cylinder seems to be disengaged from ignition switch.lock cylinder turns back and forth with key.no spring back.radio works .battery good.cannot start car

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Replace the entire lock ring and ignition assembly

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Ignition switch installation-1984-90 models


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the steering column cover.
  3. If equipped with automatic transaxle, position the gear selector into DRIVE and disconnect the indicator cable.
  4. Remove the lower panel reinforcement.
  5. Drop the steering column for switch replacement.
  6. Disengage the wiring connector from the ignition switch.
  7. Position the ignition lock cylinder into the LOCK position.
  8. Tape the ignition switch rod to the steering column to prevent the rod from falling out of the lock cylinder assembly.
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  7. Install the steering column.
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I would like to thank the the two people that replied with their suggestions.
This is a great website.

Cheers, ICROBBINS


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