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Old 05-02-2009, 08:06 PM   #1
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I need to replace the ignition lock cylinder on my T/A. I just ordered the parts I need from the dealer today and they should be here on Monday. I found a shop that can do it, but wanted to see if anyone on here knows how to do it and can help me install it. I need to get it done by next weekend.
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cost me 4XX last year to have mine done at the dealer
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cost me 4XX last year to have mine done at the dealer
Is that including parts?
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cost me 4XX last year to have mine done at the dealer
4XX The sealerships live up to their name.
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I can do it if you rent a steering wheel puller for me, and $50 for gas money to get to your house I just did it to my camaro.
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I can do it if you rent a steering wheel puller for me, and $50 for gas money to get to your house I just did it to my camaro.
Will you do my Jeep if I drive you out to my place and drive you back to OC?
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Will you do my Jeep if I drive you out to my place and drive you back to OC?
What year jeep?
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What year jeep?
87 Cherokee 4x4 4.0L I6. It has a GM column.

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I can do it if you rent a steering wheel puller for me, and $50 for gas money to get to your house I just did it to my camaro.
Sounds good. I will call you after I get the parts.
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Probably much easier and cheaper to get a steering column and bcm from a parts car.
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His steering colum is clean.
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His steering colum is clean.
Not a huge wear item if you ask me.
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Not a huge wear item if you ask me.
Yes they do, All that turning wears them out pretty quick.
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Sounds good. I will call you after I get the parts.
your gonna have to put a "Built by Ivan" in your sig lol
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I have the steering wheel removal tools I am in Hemet 92545 you can come use it at my house its not to hard if you are mechanically inclined. If it is just throwing the security light I know how to bypass the passlock and can fix it super cheap with some resistors and a soldering iron.
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Call me tomorrow gilbert i had some **** to do I will be free tomorrow for sure.
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i have a whole 98 steering colum, doesn't have a wheel on it though.. maybe cheaper then buying all the parts..
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Hey, i am being locked out by the security light on my 98 a4. Security light flashing and acts like there is no juice to the starter. Everything else works great. How do you bypass the passlock so i can run it till it is fixed? I am in Vermont and really don't need the **** anyway. Any help would be appreciated. Freakin car show weekend here and have one car the heads went in, second brakes went in and now this. &^$&^%(* figures!
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Hey, i am being locked out by the security light on my 98 a4. Security light flashing and acts like there is no juice to the starter. Everything else works great. How do you bypass the passlock so i can run it till it is fixed? I am in Vermont and really don't need the **** anyway. Any help would be appreciated. Freakin car show weekend here and have one car the heads went in, second brakes went in and now this. &^$&^%(* figures!
hey bro PM ss.slp.ls1 he fixed the same problem for me.
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Hey, i am being locked out by the security light on my 98 a4. Security light flashing and acts like there is no juice to the starter. Everything else works great. How do you bypass the passlock so i can run it till it is fixed? I am in Vermont and really don't need the **** anyway. Any help would be appreciated. Freakin car show weekend here and have one car the heads went in, second brakes went in and now this. &^$&^%(* figures!
You have to soldier a resister that matches your key in between the wires that go to your bcm. There is a thread on here on how to do it.
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