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Old 01-10-2013, 01:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 92-95 civic ignition lock cylinder replacment*without keys*

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* This is probably not the best way to do this but it's how I did it *

Ok so, if your like me and you ignition is broken and the key will no turn, go in etc... This is how you replace it. This is a full lock cylinder replacement not just a tumbler. This was a major pain in the ass also. Ok so here we go. Sorry for grammatical errors as I did this entire thread on my phone.

Step one I removed the plastics around the steering column. Shouldn't need a pic of this or you should be working on you civic. Also need to remover lower plastic panel under the dash.

New assembly with wiring and keys.


Mine was already broken so it was quite as difficult. If your assembly is not broken there is 2 10mm giant rivets that need to be cut or drilled off. This would have prevented the way I did this if you to that route.

Sorry for the crappy pic but this is the "strap" that hold the assembly to the steering column

I simply bent the the broken part enough to slide over the column and drop out


* THIS WAS NOT AS EASY AS IT LOOKED*


Next you need to remove the old wiring, I reused the old wiring as I didn't feel like tearing into the dash wiring. You have to reuse the tiny screw and a few things off the old assembly

This is the wiring


Old vs new


You must reuse this piece, not sure what it is but the new one didn't come with it.
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Be sure to not lose this screw! It's for your key in signal beeper. And this is also another wire to be reused.


This is how I removed the assembly. Like I said I reused all the wiring instead of using the new. It's only 3 Phillips screws to get all the wiring off the old assembly. The oem wiring should just slide rite into the new assembly If you got the correct part. Any questions please pm me.
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Ok so installing the new one was pretty straightforward if you'd paid attention to how it came out. The steering wheel lock slide into the bottom of the column. Sorry I did t get a pic of this but trust me you can't miss it. The new assembly came with 8mm bolts and a new strap.

In and tight, major pain in the ass.


Goofy angle pic sorry but it's tight


Wiring all screwed back in


Complete!


This was not a fun job at all.. Smashed the shit out of both thumbs. I now I may have missed a few things so please any questions please post them or contact me via pm. Again sorry for the grammar errors, hope this helps someone because I could not find this anywhere!!!! Thanks for reading!
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I've done that with mine and it was broken just like that. Not near as hard as you make it sound lol

I'm sure it will someone here though.
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It makes it easier if you unbolt the 4 bolts holding the steering colum and drop it to gain better access to security bolts.
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Replacing the wiring would have been a better idea seeing as its only 2 plugs.
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Ya didn't wanna to through all the trouble.. I still have the wiring was honestly going to do it when I remove the old alarm and install the new one
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If you dont want it, I could definitely use it mine is all cut up.
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I used this DIY on my good friends Car and it helped us out greatly!
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