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 How to Remove and Replace an Ignition Lock Cylinder in a Mazda MX-3?

Answer The ignition lock cylinder is the part of the ignition where you insert the key to start the vehicle -- the ignition switch is the electrical part of the system. Many people think the two are one a... Read More »
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How to Remove and Replace a Toyota Tacoma 1997 Ignition Lock Cylinder?

The 1997 Toyota Tacoma uses a four-stage ignition switch. With the key rotated fully counterclockwise, the ignition is in the "Off" position and you can remove the key. Move the key one position cl... Read More »
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How to Replace a Mazda Ignition Lock?

The ignition lock in a Mazda prevents unauthorized starting of the engine. The lock itself is a traditional lock with tumblers and pins inside the cylinder. However, the ignition switch in a Mazda ... Read More »
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How to Replace an Ignition Lock Cylinder?

The ignition lock is usually located on a motor vehicle's steering column, dashboard or center console. When a key is inserted in the cylinder and turned, the vehicle's engine will start. The ignit... Read More »
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How to Remove a GM Ignition Lock Cylinder?

General Motors produces Chevrolet, GMC, Cadillac and Buick vehicles. GM also produced Pontiac and Oldsmobile cars; but as of 2010 and 2004 respectively, these makes are no longer being made. GM use... Read More »
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