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    5320 key broke off

    It broke off in the ignition, any ideas of getting it out?

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    How much is a new switch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rydplrs View Post
    How much is a new switch?
    $50 +/- $10
    Probably going to need the tractor serial number to get the real price, there are four or five different switches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    $50 +/- $10
    Probably going to need the tractor serial number to get the real price, there are four or five different switches.
    Not that bad. A locksmith would probably charge that just for disassembly and reassembly. Plus your pulling it out and putting it back either way.
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    Thanks for the reply's guys, my dads the only one who uses this tractor and he's fine right now just using a screw driver to start and shut down the tractor for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD 5093e View Post
    Thanks for the reply's guys, my dads the only one who uses this tractor and he's fine right now just using a screw driver to start and shut down the tractor for now.
    If he’s already used a screwdriver I’d definitely go for the new ignition.
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    If the tractor is like my 4105,, it is real easy to bend the key with your knee,,

    I broke a key, but, got the piece out with tweezers,,
    Then,, I bought a replacement from eBay,,



    I then reshaped the new key,, leaving only the minimal necessary material,,
    I have not bent the new key once,,,



    The key is now tucked up out of the way,,,

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    What EVERY toolbox needs is a broken key extractor. Sadly, you never have one when you need it.
    These are simple to use, just 'screw/thread' it into the SIDE of the broken key. It has barbs on the edges and will simply 'unscrew' the key right out of the lock once it bottoms out.

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    Any local locksmith will usually have these for sale, typically $3-$5 ....... and, never buy just one.

    Here is where you would screw in the extractor -
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ID:	691716 and yes, I know this isnt your switch, just a reference as to the proper use for the tool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD 5093e View Post
    Thanks for the reply's guys, my dads the only one who uses this tractor and he's fine right now just using a screw driver to start and shut down the tractor for now.
    This is exactly how we start the backhoe! Its unfortunate the key is so universal
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