How to remove and replace an Ignition Lock Cylinder on a 2003 Hyundai Elantra GT.
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To replace an ignition lock cylinder, disconnect the battery, set the key to the accessories position, and use a paper clip to release the ignition lock cylinder. Replace the old lock cylinder with a new one, and reconnect the battery.
The automaker today announced that it will be replacing the ignition lock cylinders in the 2.2 million cars already covered by its ignition switch recall.
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