I have an old Kia Pregio Van that needs a new Ignition Barrel, and probably everything down to the wiring harness. I narrowed this down by taking one off another car, which was easy enough, just plugged it into the wiring harness, turned the key and the car started–problem solved!
Found on Google some universal ignition switches. Has anyone installed these before? Are there instruction involved which show you where to splice each wire to?
Other option is to take the part out of a salvage yard, but first one I came across, the owner wanted $200!
Been googling this but found a lot of stuff that is common sense, but not helpful for someone who wants to DIY
An ignition lock cylinder can be replaced by a locksmith, car dealership, an independent repair shop, or car-repair chains like Pep Boys or Sears . Both the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and the International Automotive Technicians Network provide a searchable directory of repair shops.