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Old 05-08-2012, 11:47 AM   #1
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Default door lock cylinder retainer clip replacement...

My driver door lock cylinder seems to be falling away from the door (@ the bottom of the key ring)...make me think it's just the retainer clip...

Can anyone tell me if I can simply pull out the retainer clip & re-insert a new clip without pulling off the door panels?

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I went for it...the answer is yes...just when I was about to give up, it locked in.

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I'm experiencing the same issue on my 1966 mustang. Any tips? How were you able to do it without having to take apart the door panel?
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I'm experiencing the same issue on my 1966 mustang. Any tips? How were you able to do it without having to take apart the door panel?
I pulled out the old one with needle nose pliers...pushed in the lock cylinder so the new c-clip would engage...1 hail mary...pushed with pliers & it went in. Since then though I had to get into the door panels anyway (for the window regulators)...My suggestion, get the tool to pop the door panels off & some new pins (LateModel is where I got mine). Someday you will need to remove the panels...There is a lot of clean-up/maintenance & restoration stuff to do in the panels. You can probably get all that stuff @ the local auto parts store too.
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