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How to change door lock cylinder on 05 jette

How to change door lock cylinder on 05 jetta

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Remove dooe panel..disconnect the rods which are clipped into the barrel, then there is a "U" shaped clip against the door,holding the barrel in place, it has a flat lip on it ,to make extraction easy...then door barrel will push through the hole

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