Ford F150 Ignition Lock Cylinder

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    About Ford F150 Ignition Lock Cylinder

    Your F-150 offers only the most advanced technology in order to make hauling, working and simply getting around town easier and more fun than ever. It’s hard to imagine what would happen if your truck suddenly refused to crank. This may be the case, however, if your Ford F-150 ignition lock cylinder becomes too worn over the years, so find a durable replacement from AutoZone today.

    If you’ve noticed your keys fitting loosely in the ignition slot, the odds are strong that you need a new ignition lock cylinder for Ford F150. Wear and tear is inevitable as you cover the miles, and this component takes a lot of direct contact, increasing the rate at which it wears out. Alternately, if you’ve managed to misplace your keys, installing a fresh part in this area gives you back control of your truck and get you back on the road. AutoZone’s Same Day Store Pickup ensures that you have the parts you need right away once you upgrade with us online.



    Reviews for

    NEW KEY!!


    in 5 months

    Well i didnt have keys nore lock cly when i got truck. So i went down to autozone. They got me this set. super easy install. works like brand new now!

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1986 Ford F150 XL. 4.9l I-6 engine with 4 speed stick

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    It comes with a programmer to program your key


    in 2 years

    Taking out the old switch. To get my father’s truck running. His ex-wife stole his keys, so I had to replace the key ignition switch and re program the new keys.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Ford F150

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    Could not remove key


    in 7 months

    I tried two, both went in fine, just couldn’t remove key. The directions were conflicting. It said on the part not to turn key clockwise until installed. The actual directions said to turn it to run position to install. You can’t install it at all without turning it clockwise. I’ll get another brand.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1996 Ford F150