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I have a 1994 Jeep Wrangler and I can not remove the key cylinder in order to get to the wiper switch. The Chilton says that there is a button that you need to push in order to remove the cylinder. The superposed button will not move no matter what possession the key isis in.
Asked by carl from Cheyenne, WY on
Hello Cheyenne, You are correct, there typically is a button or in some cases a setscrew. If the button isnt moving you could try some lubricant. Also I believe the key must be turned to the on position for the button to unlock. I hope that helped answer your question.
Answered by Adam from Cheyenne, WY on
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