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Old 06-09-2010, 08:22 PM
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Door Lock Tumbler Assembly

OK guys bare with me this is my first post. The other day my driver side door lock quit turning so I went out and bought a new one. I know i could have just shot some lube or something in there but i was concerned about the ware on my key. Didn't now if any of the tumblers were worn out or not. This is the way i went about it.


First i removed the inner door panel.
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Then the little black plug.
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Witch reveled one of the door handle nuts. Remove this nut (11mm 1/4" drive socket)
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down and to the right is the other nut tucked in behind the window track. remove this nut (11mm wrench)
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Door handle removed reveling lever rods.
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Find and remove E clip that holds the lever on the tumbler assembly.
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Now remove the spring clip that holds the tumbler in place.
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The tumbler assembly will slide out from the back.
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install new tumbler assembly and then spring clip.(for ease of spring clip install i went ahead and removed handle from the other rod)
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Reinstall lever on the tumbler assembly.
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put lever rods back in place.
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Put door handle back on door and test with a key.
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Reinstall door panel and your done.

Hope this helps anybody that needs to do this

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Great write up! Were you able to order the tumbler to match your current ignition key?
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