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Old 07-28-2000, 10:45 AM
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I have a 91 ford bronco and the ignition cylinder is locked up tight.Put in the key and I get chime but can't turn it to start the truck.So, I bought a new cylinder to put in but in the locked position I cant change it.Do I need to drill out the pin which holds the cylinder in?Is there a way to get the cylinder to unlock?Please help!

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Old 07-28-2000, 12:42 PM
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If you can't turn it you will have to drill out the pin.

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your better off drilling out the cylinder and tumblers (keyway) I believe the pin your refering to is hardened steel. The column is made of aluminum and Which if drilled will go easy and then the column will be junk. I did one once with a locksmith in an 84 it took us about an hour. you have to have the key turned foward to get the pin to retract to remove the cylinder.

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