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Author Topic: Rekeying the Ignition  (Read 389 times)

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Offline MIPS

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Rekeying the Ignition
« on: January 02, 2021, 05:37:07 PM »
My lock cylinder neither holds the keys in anymore or warns when I forget the keys in. (By the way an AAA membership is fantastic)
I bought a replacement but it comes with a new set of keys and I'm not about to redo all the locks. The TSM says you can repin the lock cylinders but the retainer is staked. I couldn't even get a locksmith to take a shot at it.

Anyone had luck gently bending back the staking and repinning?

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