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Replacing Ignition Switch #13925920 03/17/21 02:01 PM
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Hey y'all
The ignition switch on my 2006 Lund is starting to rotate when I turn the key. How easy it is it to replace?
Anything I should know before trying it?

TIA

Re: Replacing Ignition Switch [Re: Jeff Schiller] #13925928 03/17/21 02:04 PM
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If it's an OEM switch get another like it, they just plug together. If it's aftermarket, take a picture before you take it apart. It's either stupid simple, or pretty easy, depends on what you've got.


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Perfect. I'm pretty sure it's one of these guys. Just need to crawl under the dash and look. [Linked Image]

Re: Replacing Ignition Switch [Re: Jeff Schiller] #13928703 03/19/21 03:15 PM
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More than likely all you need to do is tighten it back up.


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Re: Replacing Ignition Switch [Re: Micheal] #13928729 03/19/21 03:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Micheal
More than likely all you need to do is tighten it back up.


This may be true. Howevah, there is some black grease like substance that has been coming off of it for years. I think the ignition has already been replaced once. It may be worth replacing anyway.
But I'll definitely try tightening it down first. Thank you

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