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Glovebox Lock Cylinder Install


Ever take something apart and not take note of the obvious thing you will need to know when you put it back together? Well, I did. So, I finally decided to get a matching keyed trunk lid and glovebox lock. I got the old lock cylinder out of the glovebox lock housing. Comes out easy...too easy. It slipped right out and fell on the floor and I didnt pay attention to the lock cylinder orientation. So how do I install the new one back in the housing? Tried the typical You Tube and came up empty. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks!



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Part of Marks collection of 69 Pontiac gems, that he pulled from his rafters and stuffed in my trunk, was a black Glove Box Door.

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I can pull it down from my loft and get you some detailed picks tomorrow night.

Or better yet, I could ship it to you for cost plus CP donation smile



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Thanks Randy! I am good on the lid. I just need to see the key hole orientation in the unlocked position.



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OK, If no one else can help, I will post picks tomorrow night.

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Ok after a 12 hour work day that took 15 !

From my car,

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I can post you a video but you will have to wait until Monday

 

 



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Thanks Randy! Very self explanatory and all I needed. Much appreciated! CP contribution sent!biggrin



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