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I need help replacing a 1995 Mercury Grand Marquis key cylinder. The key will no longer turn the car off. Please help!

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EASY. with key turned to ON, you will see a small hole on bottom of steering column cover about an inch from the steering wheel. take a small screwdriver or coat hanger rod and find the little button about 2 inches from where you inserted the key, now depress that button (up) and with the button depressed, pull out the cylinder. If you have the new cylinder, you will see where the button is in relation to the end/ Cylinders are made by Motorcraft, Ford and Standard. and will come with 2 new keys.

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