thanks, i got it out but now found the way the tibbe lock barrel fits into the housing is different to the standard locks. So now i have to get a tibbe lock cars housing/steering lock/switch housing thing (dont know its name) hopefully u get what i mean. Has anybody removed these, it says to punch out the shear bolts, is that right? any help appreciated!
well basiclly you grind off the part on top that is sticking out (the button pushed to remove it) slide the lock into position and to hold it in place make a dot on it through the hole for the original lock and stick one of those serews that can only be turned one way (like on house door deadlocks) it takes about half an hour to do this i done this about a month ago i just need the driver side lock and ill have it all installed
1994 ED Ford Falcon Gli wagon, polynesian green, 4speed auto, dual fuel, spac cluster, 3.27ss diff,pioneer DEH3600 head unit, trip computer, ED fairmont grille, EF T-bar
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is this using the old housing? i want to source one off a car that came with tibbe locks. so what i meant was how do u remove the shear bolts. thanks for the reply anyway ill have a look what ur saying, but i would prefer to leave it original (not grind things off) thanx.
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