How to Replace the Ignition Cylinder in a 1999-2007 Ford Focus

In this video, I demonstrate how to replace the ignition cylinder in a 1999-2007 ford focus, the lock tumblers tend to wear out and cause the cylinder to become locked in the lock position. It is a simple job, just follow the steps, take your time, and you'll get through it, no problem. Now you can follow me on Facebook and Twitter I am not responsible for any mishaps that occur from following these procedures.

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