Question about Suzuki Aerio
Hi , my key broke in my ignition and need to find out how to remove the barrel. I have already taken off the casing. I have a Suzuki Baleno. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you your self can do it its simple do not call an technician. i will definatly guide you just let me know from where it is exactly broken.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
this is the procedure to remove the ignition barrel:
Remove the steering column surround and you should see a black round thing on the left hand side, this is the ignition switch. Remove this and you will see there is one screw holding the ignition barrel on, remove and you then need to insert your key and turn it to the ACC position. you should now be able to withdraw the barrel using the key but take care not to snap the key off in the barrel.
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Posted on Jun 15, 2008
SOURCE: transponder key
ex my honda civic had a transponder key at one time, but some body cut the wires behind it and it still runs. what happend to the old key and did you buy this one at the dealership?
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
it is better to buy a new ignition barrel.it takes a special socket to get the screws out, once the screws are out they do not need to be replaced.buy new barrel,disconnect negative battery cable,disconnect wires from barrel assembly, remove barrel from colum. first take vin# to dealership parts department to get correct barrel assembly, the keys with new assembly will fit doors and trunk
Posted on May 20, 2009
SOURCE: mercedez 190 ignition barrel. I have taken out ignition barrel attached to steering coloum but i can not remove key ignition from steering coloum how does it remove ignition barrel from steering
Should be the same as w123 model. Check diy Mercedes web page.
Photos included easy to do.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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