Question about 1996 Ford Taurus
Posted by Anonymous on
You may need a new lock cylinder. Buy a new one, and look at the cylinder, there is a small pin about 1/8" in diameter at the opposite end that you put in the key. You will find a hole under the steering column cover that matches where that pin is. Now turn your key to the ON position and get a small rod and depress that pin, you should be able to pull the old cylinder right out. push the new one in and start the car, and thats it.
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