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Hello. I am trying to repair a poor installation attempt of a Lockwood 001 Double Cylinder Deadlatch. The outer key is is stuck in the barrel (upside down) and the lock case does not release from the mounting plate. I need to strip it down and start from scratch. Can anyone tell me how to release the case from the plate?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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no you shouldnt need to, as the aerial antenna for the EWS system simply clips off the front of the barrell when replacing.
well in saying that if you have a new key to match the barrell then thats a major, you will need to see a dealer to reprogram the whole computer system if possible & depending on the system your car is running.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
you have made a boo boo somewhere,are you a certified city and guilds technician,if not then you shouldnt be repairing customers cars
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
get a phillipshead un do about 4 screws from underneath plastic cover which hides steering colume. remove cover you will see white plug on the left hand side of ignition barrel disconect.then right hand side there will be acable disconect.now get a small chissel and anti clockwise tap bolts which have no heads on them that are on top of steering colume when they are alittle bit lose use plyers its easier pull bolts out clamp will then come of and then you can pull whole ignition of. now there is 2 brass pins which hold barrel in ignition up near the key end remove and barrel will come out but it might be easier to take whole ignition to locksmith and get them to do it and get new key for around 30 bucks i did a mates about couple months ago seeya orangepeel.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Then you either got the wrong bolt, or the knob part is still in the hole. Take a close look at the bolt you took out, and see if something may have broken off it. If it did, you might be able to get the rest out with a magnet. There is a threadless part on the end of the bolt that's about an inch long. It goes down against the tumbler and hold it in there. The newer ones are a torx head, but i can't remember if 78 is or not.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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