03 Jeep Liberty ignition switch replacement?

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This is fairly easy....remove the plastic covering around the steering column. This is accomplished by removing the two screws on the bottom, near the steering wheel. The ignition switch is on the right side, opposite the lock cylendar. The ignition switch is held in with one security screw. It is a T10 security torx. You will need to make sure the ignition switch is in the same position as the lock cylendar for correct re-assembly. The rest of re-assembly is, of corse, in reverse order.
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