|Brand||PT Auto Warehouse|
|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 5 x 2 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ILC-287L|
|OEM Part Number||12472980|
|ABPA Partslink Number||ILC-287L|
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PT Auto Warehouse ILC-287L - Ignition Lock Cylinder with Keys
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This is an easy swap if your current lock cylinder works at all. Disconnect the battery as you will be turning the key to the start position to remove it. Remove the upper and lower column housings by removing a few screws, and if it has a tilt column you can pry off the adjust release lever straight out from the column. Rotate the ignition lock to the run position, and insert a pick or other suitable small punch tool into a hole located above the lock cylinder. Rotate it further to the start position and press down to release the retainer. You can now remove the cylinder. Line up the new one and push it into place. It really is straight forward to reinstall. Should take about 10 minutes total!