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How do you replace the ignition key switch in a 1994 Ford F-150?

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2015-07-16 19:32:00
2015-07-16 19:32:00

there should be an access hole under lower calon. turn key to run position use a probe to push up pin this will let the switch come out. if no access hole you may have to remove calon.

to add to the last answer those things break or get real loose all the time on those trucks you may have to wiggle the key around a bit while you pull on the cylinder make sure the buttons pushed in on the new one or youll never get it in

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