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There are a couple different brand names of aftermarket key lock cylinders. LOCKSMART has one for auto transmission and for manual transmission. Part Number LC65620 For the auto, Part Number LC65580 for manual. These are available through Autozone and O'Reilly's. BORG WARNER has makes these also The part numbers are the same. (These are avilable through O'Reilly's and Advance Auto. It may be helpful to let you know that these are probably all manufactured by the same manufacturer that makes the MOTORCRAFT (Ford) cylinders. They just sell to different distributors, who put their names on them.
Note that these are the part numbers for the key and tumbler assembly only. The complete ignition switch assembly ( tumbler, barrel, switch ) is also available through these same suppliers.
you need key in and in on position to remove barrel while pressing in lock pin (in hole) in column if cant get key in or turn drill out barrel with under sized drill bit and slowly go up in drill bit size until you can dig out and remove barrel, lock smiths can come to site and do these type of repairs if needed.