Question about 1978 Ford Granada
If there is not a screw to remove,then there is a slot,that you have to push in with a small punch,and pull out on the lock and cylinder.Let me know if you need more advice,I am glad to help.Look at the new one You will see the part that has to be pushed in,like I said,if it does not have one,the new lock and cylinder will have a place made on it,you will see,that is gouged out sort of,that is where the screw would go threw if it has one,if not,it will have the push in type release.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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