Question about Dodge Caravan
Very common problem, if your lucky you will be able to just get by with key cylinder, if not you have to replace the complete key cylinder housing assembly. it would probably be a good idea to have a shop repair this as you will be working around air bag and steering column. most of them that our shop have done customers drive that way for quite awhile.some sprayed lubricants into key cylinder and had problem off and on for months till it finally gets to the spot it sounds like yours is at. try the key cylinder first or when it's removed try to work it by itself, if it works good then you'll need the key cylinder housing. depending how bad they are wore you may need both parts.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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