How to Remove the Lock From the Ignition Switch in a 1968 Ford F-250?

Answer Ford's 1968 F-250 pickup truck came equipped with a single sealed ignition lock cylinder installed into the center of the side of the ignition switch. When you turn the key, the cylinder engages wi... Read More »

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How to Replace the Ignition Switch & Key Lock Tumbler on a 2002 Ford Explorer?

The ignition switch and key-lock tumbler on your 2002 Ford Explorer control the ignition of the vehicle. If your ignition switch isn't working properly, the switch won't send a signal to the starte... Read More »

How to Remove an Ignition Switch Lock Cylinder?

Ignition cylinders are essential features on nearly any vehicle, but are often not given a second thought when they are working right. If the cylinder stops working, however, you probably won't be ... Read More »

How to Remove the Ignition Lock on a Ford 250?

The lock cylinder on your Ford F-250 controls the power routed to the ignition and accessories of your truck. If the ignition lock cylinder begins to stick or fail, you should replace it before it ... Read More »

How to Remove the Ignition Lock in a 1981 Ford F-150?

The ignition lock on a 1981 Ford F-150 is the trigger that tells the starter motor to engage; this is the mechanism that turns over the engine. The lock is part of the ignition switch, which can we... Read More »