Question about 1990 Honda Accord
I have just purchased a '90 Accord, but the previous owner didn't have the key to lock and unlock the door. He only had the ignition key. How do I go about changing the door cylinders so I can secure my car? Also, how can I get the inside door panels off to gain access to the cylinders? I have removed all of the screws I found, but panel still seems to be stuck and I don't want to break it!
There is a Pannel SNAP Removal Tool To Get those Stuborn Snaps that Are Holding it on, Lock Cyls. are self Explanitory when you get to them
Posted on May 31, 2009
You can also go to a locksmith and have them make you a key for the door, less work than replacing the cylinder.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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