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Re: ignition key cylinder
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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I had more trouble with a Toyota Tercel than any car I have ever owned!
First you can try squirting some of that decoking solution into the cylinders as it will sometimes release the piston rings and make them seal a bit better. If that doesn't work, you would have to remove the engine, cylinder head, remove the crankshaft and pistons, check the rings, replace them and hone the bore. If the car is in good condition, you would re-bore the cylinder bores and put in oversize pistons and rings to match. Good for another 100,000 miles.
Having frightened you with that, it might just be that the valve isn't sealing very well, in which case you remove the head and lap the valves in with grinding paste, or replace that number 2 valve if it is badly burnt.
locked keys inside, keep spare in wallet, i shave them down
or buy a flat key for pocket, (safe for life)
there are only 3 ways
1: lock smith picks lock.
2: you give him key num, and he cuts one with special tool.
3: break window (slim fails)
4: get one at dealer. they look it up and bingo.
5: drill out lock , and buy new lock.
I did a key code search on a 1993 toyota corolla . The key code was located on the passenger front doors lock cylinder (door lock tumbler). You have to disassemble the door panel and remove the lock cylinder from the door to read the tiny numbers on the lever of the lock cylinder..I would recommend calling your local toyota dealer and confirming it is on the lock cylinder before tearing apart the door....You would have to give them the code to get a new key cut. hope this info helps..
If not cranks at all check the battery for charge, starter, fuses
If cranks no start check wiring(replace) , distributor cap (replace), rotor, ignition coil
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