Q: The housing that holds my ignition lock cylinder in place is busted, can I buy a new housing or is it attached to steering column?

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The ignition lock housing or body is busted, can I buy just the housing that holds the lock cylinder or do I have to buy a whole new steering column
My car has an automatic transmission.

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