i have to replace the ignition cylinder on my 94 cavalier. I have a Hayes book, but it doesn't discribe my car accurately. I have everything removed and I'm down to the 2-part zinc housing. Where do I go from here? Do I have to remove the lower housing case? I don't see how I'm going to remove the cylinder alone. How does one remove those bolts where the heads break off when torqued down? EZ-Out?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
u gotta drill them out,i had to replace mine about a month ago,its a pain but they will come out.
Yeah they are put in with 1-time use screws that you have to drill out and put new ones in...
Thanks for the replies. My first plan of attack was to drill them out but I couldn't get a straight line with my drill. i decided to take a die grinder and grind a couple grooves into the heads and screwed them out with a screwdriver. By far the most difficult part of the job. That and the bill for the new lock cyllinder assembly!!!
can anyone elaborate on the process of how to do this?