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Old 12-22-2009, 09:13 PM
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How to remove the key cylinder?

Hey everyone,
Like the title says how do you remove the key cylinder on a 01 Ford Excursion.
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Nick, there is a small hole in the plastic cover under the switch. With the key in the ignition, in the run position you need to use an awl(or similar) and push in a small spring as you pull the cylinder with key out.
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