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How to replace an ignition switch in a1998 buick?

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2006-04-11 04:41:22
2006-04-11 04:41:22

The best answer is.....................take it to a Locksmith.........this is not a job for a wantabe mechanic (or locksmith lol ;-). TommyTrouble

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