Question about GMC Sierra
You must be able to turn the key to the run position. If that is still possible, then there is a pin on the side of the lock cylinder assembly than can be pushed in with a small punch, peperdicular to the cyclinder, while you pull the cylinder out. you must remove any shrouding parts around the steering column. Good luck! If the cylinder will no longer turn to the run psition, try tapping the key into the lock with a small hammer, LIGHTLY. That will sometimes allow you to get it into the run position, which is neccessary for cylinder removal. If not, contact a lock smith.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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