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I have a ISEO UPVC Front Door Cylinder lock. I undid the bolt through the door frame. This has loosened the lock, but it still will not come out of the door. How do I get it out ?

I have a ISEO UPVC Front Door Cylinder lock. I wish to replace this. I removed the door handles, and undid the bolt through the door frame. This has loosened the lock, but it still will not come out of the door. What do I need to do ?

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There is usually a u-shaped clip holding lock cylinder in place which must be removed to allow removal.

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it is a pushfit spring washer that holds the outer ring in position.if you prise it off you may have to replace it.

Posted on Mar 31, 2010

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SOURCE: Hi,can anyone tell me how to remove the lock

Hello Mel.
Some of these can be a pain. We all need small hands to work in some places.
Here is the list in the manual.
Front Door Outer Handle Replacement

NOTE: Put on gloves to protect your hands.

  1. Remove these items:
    • Door panel
    • Plastic cover, as necessary
  1. Raise the glass fully.
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Remove the bolt, then remove the center lower channel (A) with the center lower glass run channel (B) by pulling it downward.
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Remove the screw, and release the hook (A), then remove the lock rod protector (B) by detaching the clip (C).
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Disconnect the outer handle rod (A) and cylinder rod (B).
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Release the retainer clip (A) with a hook- shaped tool. Remove the lock cylinder (B).
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Remove the screw, then separate the lock cylinder (A) and cylinder switch (B).
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Disconnect the cylinder switch connector (A), and detach the harness clips (B), and remove the cylinder switch harness (C).
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Remove the maintenance seal (A), and remove the bolt, then remove the cylinder protector (B).
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Remove the bolt, then remove the spacer (A).
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  1. While pulling the outer handle (A), remove the handle from the holes in the door panel. Take care not to scratch the door.
  2. Install the handle in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:
    • Make sure the cylinder switch harness is routed properly.
    • Make sure the connector is plugged in properly, and each rod is connected securely.
    • Make sure the door locks and opens properly.
    • When installing the lock cylinder, leave the outer door handle bolts loose so the inner protector does not interfere with the lock cylinder installation, then tighten the handle bolts.
    • Install the lock cylinder retaining clip on the handle, then install the lock cylinder. Be sure the clip is fully seated in the slot on the lock cylinder.
    • When reinstalling the door panel, make sure the plastic cover is installed properly and sealed around its perimeter.
    • Do the power window control unit reset procedure.
There you are!
Hope you get it done!
KL

Posted on Nov 30, 2010

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  1. Disconnect battery ground cable (14301).
  1. Remove front door trim panel (23942) and watershield from front door (20124).
  1. Mark the location of the bolt retaining front door glass run front retainer (21572). Remove the bolt.
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  1. NOTE: Do not damage anti-theft shield.
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Item Part Number Description 1 21852 Front Door Latch Push Button Rod 2 21940 Front Door Latch Remote Control Link 3 386656-S Bushing 4 21978 Door Latch Shield 5 218A42 Power Door Lock Actuator 6 22134 Front Door Latch Control Cylinder Rod 7 21812 Front Door Latch
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Remote Control Assembly Door Latch
Removal and Installation
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  1. Remove screw and washer assembly retaining front door latch remote control and link (21818) to front door (20124) .
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  1. To install, reverse Removal procedure.

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