Ignition Switch Cylinder for all 1967, 1968 and 1969 Mustangs.
Does the ignition stick in your 1967-1969 Mustang? Maybe it doesn't even work any more? Try swapping out the old or broken ignition cylinder for this high-quality replacement Ignition Switch Cylinder, now available from CJ Pony Parts!
This is an OEM-style, direct replacement ignition switch for your vintage pony's old, worn out stock ignition switch cylinder. Over time, the wiring and the cylinder itself can become worn out and make it difficult to recognize the key. This direct-fit replacement is made from high-quality metal and springs and will surely relieve these, and other, ignition switch cylinder issues. Order yours today from CJ's and get your Mustang back on the road!
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Order a new Ignition Switch Cylinder for your 1967, 1968 or 1969 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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The cylinder I got will go into the switch, but it won't do anything when I turn it, and I think that's because it isn't in far enough. However, when I push it all the way in the cylinder won't turn back to vertical.
67 289 c-4 replaced starter,positive cable and selanoid , new battery. Brought car home went to shut it off kept running without key.Mechanic ordered another selanoid. So far no problem,do you think ignition could still be problem.50/50 split on opinions
Hi, what function has the position "acc" on the ignition cylinder in my 1967 mustang convertible ? Thanks for explaining.
my 1967 mustang key entry came out and all the brass tiny pieces fell out how do i fix it to start again i have to start it with Flathead please let me know what to do
How do I get the key cylinder out of the ignition switch assembly.
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