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lock cylinder removal question #825133 07/15/07 06:13 PM
Joined: Aug 2003
Posts: 480
MAC Offline OP
Mudrunner
can anyone tell me how to remove the ring that holds the lock cylinder in on my steering column? (before I bust something). thanks.

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Re: lock cylinder removal question [Re: MAC] #825134 07/15/07 07:06 PM
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cam01 Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Turn the key to ACC or ON, can't remember which one. Push in that pin in the little hole at the front thats just about in line with the "O" in LOCK, pull out the whole lock cylinder. If you don't have a key, you're probably going to have to drill it out.


88 V6 4Runner, 3.4 swap, SAS, front E locker, rear EZ locker, dual cases 2.28/4.7, 63" Chev rears, rears up front etc.
Re: lock cylinder removal question [Re: MAC] #825135 07/15/07 09:16 PM
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JimDandy Offline
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Yeah, if you don't have a key you can just line your drill up with the little pin and drill until you have removed most of it. Then you can punch it in and pull the lock cylinder. I had to do that when I had a key, but the cylinder wouldn't turn to the acc position.

Re: lock cylinder removal question [Re: cam01] #825136 07/15/07 10:22 PM
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MAC Offline OP
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Aahhh... needed to get out of 'lock' position. Makes sense.
Thanks.


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