Question about 1992 Subaru SVX
Alldata does not list a procedure for this vehicle but they list the labor time as 45 minutes to do the job. From this I would assume you'll have to remove all the usual cowling bits surrounding the column where the tumbler is mounted. From there you may run into some tamper proof hardware that may include sheared screws or tamper proof torx head bolts. Some cylinders require that the key be in the ignition so that you can turn it to a certain position and/or push a release pin in order to slide the cylinder out. I know this is not a solution but hopefully it helps
Posted on May 30, 2010
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