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How do I replace the cilinder keys from the door front

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Do you mean the door locks them selves? take the door panel off to get access to them.

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Both front doors and back doors automatally lock when driver closes driver door. key will not unlock either front doors, will unlock both back doors


you will have to take door panel off to access the door locks the usual damage from a slim is the retaining clips for the lock linkages gets disconnected or broken if broken most auto stores carry a replacement

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I replaced de ignition cilinder key, now my car not start?


you have to have the vehicle programed to the new key. If you try to start it and the security light it flashing, leave the key on until the light shuts off then start the car, It may take a few times but that will program the security computer.

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When turning key I get a single click and nothing else. I have changed the selenoid and have now lost all power, not even a dome light. The battery is charged.


Clean your battery posts. Sometimes they look like they are clean but even the thinnest film of corrosion will take out you electrical system. Make sure all connections are tight.

May 03, 2010 | 1993 Ford Aerostar Extended

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Do I need any special tools to remove and replace my worn lockset cylinder on my ford van? Is there an instructional video on line that anyone knows of?


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I beleive you can do it, no need of special tools, a philips head screw dirver, needle nose pliers may be all you need.

raise the window all the way up
take the door panel and water shiel off
disconect the door latch to lock cilinder rod
use the needle nose pliers to remove retainer clip from door lock cilinder
remove door damaged lock cilinder by pushing it towards the outside.
instal the new lock cilinder making sure it is aligned an seated correctly.
push retainer clip into place.
Reconnect the lock cylinder rod to door latch.
check for proper oparation, if OK, instal watershield and door panel.

As you can see, it is a very simple task.

If helpful, click below. GOOD LUCK

Apr 08, 2010 | 1989 Ford Econoline

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I replaced a brake line on my 1993 olds 98 and the brakes still don't work


Did you bleed the line for air? If the break line was by the master cilinder, got to bleed all 4 tires, otherwise, got to bleed the two front or two rear tires.

If you step on the brake and feels spongy, is probably air in the lines, if it feels hard check master cilinder, if you hear an air leak, check brake booster.

Mar 02, 2010 | 1993 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight

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Hi, i have a door lock problem with a landrover discovery 1998. a) when i use the remote control the locks are clicking b) then the alarm sounds twice c) and all levers are popping up. d) situation...


It sounds like you have a problem with one of the door or bonnet switches. It acts that way when it thinks there is a door or the bonnet is open. Check all the switches for good contact.

Oct 12, 2009 | 1995 Land Rover Discovery

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Cilinder 7 missing where is cilinder 7 located to change the coil


Hello info30454: My name is Roger and I will help you. To locate #7 cylinder on your engine. Open the hood stand in front of the vehicle. look at the right hand side of the engine. Front to rear of the head on your right hand side is cylinder #5-6-7 and 8. Number 7 plug will be the third plug from the front of the head.
Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the quality of the answer you received. This way we know your answer was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger

Sep 26, 2009 | 2008 Ford Expedition El

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Loss of power


Do you know how check if every cilinder is working? with the engine in idle, go to the distribuitor cap and carefully unplug one at the time, every cilinder spark plug wire,in the cilinder you dont see a diference in rpm variation, that cilinder is not working, replace spark plug, if you see spark jumping fron the distribuitor cap torch the spark plug wire, another cause to a cilinder fail could be a loss of compression in one or more cilinder

Oct 29, 2008 | 1994 Toyota Pickup

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BRAKE SYSTEM


Hi, the light is on because of the leak in your brakes,the part that need to be replaced is call wheel cilinder ,just ask for it by the car year and model ,it should not be to expensive ,(twenty to fourty $) be sure you have the brakes bleed afther installig it.GoodLuck

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