Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
How to remove an ignition cylinder for repair or replacement if your
Grand Cherokee's ignition won't turn. This is due to the tumblers
failing. Key must be tuned to the on position. Then you press in the
lock tab to release it so you can repair yourself or more likely, bring
it to a locksmith to have the tumblers replaced. This can be done to
match the existing key. Obviously, you'll have to get it to turn to do
this. Usually a good dose of WD40 and tapping on the head of the key
(straight in) will free it up temporarily. This would be the view from
underneath the column after removing the two shroud halves.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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