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How do you remove the ignition switch in a 1990 Pontiac Grand Am?

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2020-04-08 13:59:03
2020-04-08 13:59:03

PLEASE REMOVE IT I WORKED HARD FOR THE MONEY TO BUY THIS CAR T-T

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2011-09-13 06:23:13
2011-09-13 06:23:13

i have a 2003 Pontiac grand am, no start, does not even turn over. could it be the ignition switch?

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