how to repair broken ket in ignition acura 3.2 1999

Asked by Jan 14, 2016 at 11:09 PM about the 1999 Acura TL 3.2 FWD

Question type: Car Customization

i broke my key into the ignition turning it too rough. I want to remove the whole
piece to replace it but am not sure how. tired looking up how to videos but
cannot find the right one. Not even sure what the piece is even called. i am NOT
a car smart and need help. I was told they sale the piece i need and it comes
with a new key BUT DONT what its called so i can try and look up the cost.

1 Answer

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You're looking for the ignition lock cylinder. Whatever you do, don't rip the old one out. Remove the lock cylinder correctly and replace it. If you have a factory security system the new keys will have to be programmed to the car. Your local Acura Dealer should be able to do that for you. HTH. -Jim

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