Open the door, roll up the window. remove the inner door panel, reach
into the door and pull the actuator rod off the lock cylinder arm.
Then pull the retainer clip off the back of the door panel. Lock
cylinder will pull out then. Take it to a locksmith and he can make you
up a new one.
the Torx screws are on the outside of the door shell:
But what Doc did is give you access to the Torx head in the striker pin.
Doc, any luck on Quarters. If you're going to spend $450.00 on used, I'd go
the extra &150.00 per quarter and replace the wheel house outers too. Then
if you sell the car, you have receipts that you have the best on it. Also:
apply rustproofing with wands and a flex hose, so it will never rust again!
well guys, as it happens the striker pin head will not fit through the
little square hole in the door latch ass'y...i guess i'll be breaking out
the ol' torch and cut that thing out of there!
"Never argue with an idiot, they will drag you down to their level and beat
you with experience"
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