Thanks for the reply.
I have drilled the whole tumbler part out with an 1/2" drill and
wiggled a little to make sure every part of the turning cylinder is
gone. That way I can reach the back part a can start the car with a
With a 2 mm rod I made the tool to take the cylinder out. The tip of
the tool is grinded at a 70 deg angle as discribed in the Haynes
manual. The tools goes in appr. 3/4" before it catches the relaese
machanism. The tool is inserted an other 1/4" till it strucks the
end. But somehow the lock won’t come out.
I thing I do everything the right way, it seems there is something
else that is holding the lock in place
> You really need to pull everything out of the tumbler... then
> you really
> need to wiggle and push the pins all the way in... it goes in
> like an inch
> or something. There are two pins to release it... one on top
> and one on
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