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Ignition Steering Lock Assembly


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Having trouble getting the Steering Lock Assembly (which holds the key tumblers). I have the front brace loose (by the key), and the bolt and nut removed, where it hooks to the steering column. Still can't get it loose, steering wheel is locked, and can't turn the key. I have already put a new electric ignition switch on the back of it, and it didn't help. I think the tumblers are bad, but can't turn the key to get them out, so am trying to get the whole ignition lock assembly out. HELP!!!!! Car is a 2001 Porsche Boxster, 5 speed. It's stuck in my garage and I can't move it. My e-mail address is : jd.oglesby@hotmail.com Thanks

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Having trouble getting the Steering Lock Assembly (which holds the key tumblers). I have the front brace loose (by the key), and the bolt and nut removed, where it hooks to the steering column. Still can't get it loose, steering wheel is locked, and can't turn the key. I have already put a new electric ignition switch on the back of it, and it didn't help. I think the tumblers are bad, but can't turn the key to get them out, so am trying to get the whole ignition lock assembly out. HELP!!!!! Car is a 2001 Porsche Boxster, 5 speed. It's stuck in my garage and I can't move it. My e-mail address is : jd.oglesby@hotmail.com Thanks

Did you do a search here? I think not because you would have likely found this DIY...

DIY Upgraded Ignition Switch/Lock Installation for 996/Boxster

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