To replace an ignition switch, you'll need to either have your old switch rebuilt by a dealership so you can keep your old keys or purchase a new switch from a dealership and get a new set of keys. Either way, you should remove your old ignition switch by taking out your vehicle's steering wheel and ignition module cover, inserting the key and turning it to the accessory position, and then sliding out the switch.

How much does it cost to replace the ignition switch?

A lot of what your car does is tied directly into that ignition switch, so if it is not working, then much of your car will be inoperable. To get your ignition switch fixed, you will pay between $125 and $275. The labor costs, on average, about $60, while parts go for anywhere from $75 to $210.

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