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Your vehicle has virtually no use if it doesn't start. The pin tumbler style ignition lock was first used to start cars in the 1940s, and without it your GMC K15/K1500 Suburban wouldn't be able to turn over today. In most vehicles replacing the ignition lock cylinder is a straight forward process, and typically involves removing just the steering column cover panels to get to it. Obviously a broken GMC K15/K1500 Suburban ignition lock cylinder renders your car useless, so get it replaced ASAP.
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