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How do you change the ignition switch on a 1989 Ford truck?

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2007-03-13 02:41:12
2007-03-13 02:41:12

I just purchase a f150 that needs a new ignition switch and the man at auto zone gave me directions with pictures and diagrams, I hope this is of some use. Good Luck!

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