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Ignition key cylinder

Am having trouble removing ignition key cylinder on my 93 toyota tercel can you please give me details on how to do it

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  • debragoodgam Dec 16, 2008

    it was exactly what we needed to know. i had lost my keys and we couldnt get the ignition cylinder out to make a new set of keys. so finding out we needed the key kept us from tearing up anything. but it cost me a lot more money to get it fixed because i couldnt take the cylinder in myself. 15 dollars if i took it in myself. 100 dollars for them to come out.

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You have to have the ignition lock exposed, take the covers off above and below the lock body that holds the cylinder.
Insert the key fully into the keyway, and turn it to ACC. On the ignition lock body, press on the "stop pin", that pokes out of the lack body, above where the cylinder is housed. Press on the "stop-pin", and extract the cylinder. If the key can not be turn ed to ACC, the cylinder will not come out.
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  • Toyota Ed Dec 16, 2008

    Is the lock out of the car? I can help you get it out.

  • Toyota Ed Dec 16, 2008

    On second thought, if you give me the VIN, maybe I have the actual code for your lock. You lock guy can cut you a new key if he has the code. Much cheaper. Please advise.

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