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You should be able to access and remove your switch by removing the upper and lower shrouds behind the steering wheel, before you start this repair be sure to disconnect the negative battery cable to disable the air bad system. See the factory removal steps in the link below and see if this is what your needing.https://www.dropbox.com/s/bvf2in9az03ew8f/Ignition%20switch%20Sep%209.pdf?dl=0https://www.dropbox.com/s/7kk744p9i0vqfwe/switch%20view%20Sep%209.pdf?dl=0
Are you saying the ignition lock will not turn or dose it just crank and not start, please explain.
If it will not crank and the switch is being turned then its not likely a bad lock cylinder but more like an electrical issue. There are 3 fuse that power the ignition switch and the starter relay that you should check first to be sure they have power in and out of them, check the fuse E and fuse 16 both located in the under hood fuse panel as well as the fuse #12 located in the interior fuse panel. If the check okay then check to see if you are getting key on cranking power out of the starter relay on the brown start wire to the starter, see the start circuit wiring diagram in the link below for testing reference. Check these things and let me know what you find.https://www.dropbox.com/s/yhf1yaw0nev3etj/Starter%20Sep%209.pdf?dl=0
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