Question about 1995 Ford F350
*If* you had the key these are the steps: Insert the key and turn to the RUN position. There is a small hole in
the steering column below the ignition switch. Insert a 1/8" drill bit
(or something similar size) and push upward on the retaining pin in the
hole. As you do this, pull out the cylinder lock. It should come right
out. To reinstall, turn the new cylinder to the RUN position. Again
depress the retaining pin and insert the switch into the steering
column. Make sure the new switch is completely seated & aligned
before you turn to the OFF position. This will let the retaining pin
extend into the hole.
Because you do not have the key you will need to pick (or have the lock picked) before you can replace the lock cylinder.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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