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Replacing ignition lock cylinder for 1987 toyota pickup truck

What is best resource to walk me through the steps? Is it a fairly simple "DIY"?

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  • funetix Feb 07, 2010

    Vehicle is a 22r 4wd.Litenupus@yahoo .com

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Can send diagram to walk you thru it, need to know if 2wd or 4wd, which motor SOHC,Turbo, 22R-E, 22R-TE,22R, EMAIL ADDRESS TO SEND TO

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  • tim mcgrath Feb 07, 2010

    Diagram was mailed to you if I canhelp further just ask.

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