I have changed ford ignitions before but how hard would it be without the key? I have a friend with a 94 explorer that wants to bypass the whole locksmith bill and just swap the tumbler. is there a way to get it out without a key or do I need to change the whole column?
I have an ignition problem on 1994 Ford Explorer
by mobile-mechanic-services in Rockford, IL on February 08, 2012
2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by mastertech6371 on February 08, 2012
you will need to drill it out. it is very time consuming. Roy
COMMENT by globalhelper on February 08, 2012
i agree but be careful u can destroy the column
ANSWER by patrick mannion on February 08, 2012
Agree with Roy and globalhelper, calling out a locksmith in our area is the cheaper route of doing a proper repair. If it is the original ignition lock try calling Ford give them the VIN number and see what they would charge to cut a key given the VIN#.
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