Honda Civic DX

How do you remove the ignition lock cylinder from an automatic 1995 Honda Civic DX?

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2015-07-15 21:05:03
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Are we changing just the lock cylinder or the whole assembly? Lock cylinder there is a tamper proof star bold on one side. you can find the tool that will take that off at any Fry's electronics. unscrew the bolt and you will be ready for a new cyliner. If you are taking off the whole assebly: Clamp,wires, Etc. the bolts on the clamp do not have any notches to unscrew them. You will need to take a small hack saw blade and cut a grove into it to be able to get a screw driver to turn the bolt. (be sure to cut a deep notch. A adremel tool with the right attachment will make it even easier good luck.

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