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Locksmart Ignition Lock Cylinder

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LockSmart is a specialized aftermarket lock brand featuring door, trunk, and ignition lock cylinders. LockSmart provides OE fit, form, and function locks across domestic and import applications for both late and older model vehicles.

Product Features:
  • All products are tested and inspected in an ISO 9000-compliant environment
  • State-of-the-art designs that meet or exceed OE specifications
  • Top-of-the-line quality and performance
  • With industry leading expertise, when original equipment fails our products are designed to fix the inherent failure issues
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Coding:Coded
Finish:Gray
Key Programmable:Yes
Key Quantity:2
Keys Included:Yes

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LocksmartIgnition Lock Cylinder
 
5.0

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5.0

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from HARVEST Ala

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  • Easy to install

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      Comments about Locksmart Ignition Lock Cylinder:

      Takes less than 30 minutes to install

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      5.0

      Works Perfectly!

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      from Land O Lakes, FL

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          Comments about Locksmart Ignition Lock Cylinder:

          My key broke inside the old cylinder and it was impossible to get it out. This product was a lifesaver at a reasonable price. It does come with keys only a transponder key triples the price

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          • Q:

            My 1999 Toyota Camry has an alarm system that has to be reset every time I disconnect the battery. Will this cylinder lock interfere with the alarm system? And will my original transponder still unlock the doors and disable the alarm once I replace the cylinder? I realize that I will only be able to open the doors and trunk with the original keys, and the new keys to start the engine. Thanks!
            Asked on 10/1/2016 by Sue from PA

            1 answer

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              A:

              I'm glad to assist, Sue! It shouldn't interfere with the alarm system. It should unlock the doors and disable the alarm once you replace the cylinder.

              Answered on 10/4/2016 by Solomon from AAP
          • Q:

            I want to remove ignition cylinder I can not get key to turn at all . You have to have key in acc position to remove when you push locking pin in to slide out of cylinder.
            1998 Toyota Avalon
            keys work in doors
            Asked on 5/23/2016 by ed from rockford il

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              A:

              Hi ED, glad to assist you! Please follow these steps to fix a stuck ignition key. Before trying anything, check that your parking brake is on. A very common reason for the key not turning in modern cars is that the steering column lock can be in a bind. When this happens, you will need to exert pressure against the ignition mechanism and persist until it unlocks. If you have an automatic transmission, check and make sure the selector is in park. Some cars will prevent you from turning the key if the selector is in any position other than park or neutral; it can be easy to overlook this when tired or in a hurry. Clean and lubricate the lock cylinder. Spray a liberal amount of electrical contact cleaner to flush away dirt and grime, followed by a quick spray of silicone or a drop or two of liquid graphite to lubricate. Be careful not to allow it to drip on upholstery or carpet. Keep the car open to prevent accumulation of fumes, and avoid sparks and open flames. Once you've added enough lubricant, try again. On some lock cylinders, a tumbler may bind in a locked position, and the springs are unable to push it back out. Firmly tapping the face of the lock cylinder can release the stuck tumbler. A tack hammer is about the perfect size and weight for most key cylinders. Check the key itself. Place the key on a very flat, solid surface, and observe if it lay flat or is arched up from the surface either at the ends or in the middle. If it looks crooked, take a block of wood, or some similar hard object which to strike the key and bend it back to a flat shape. Do not use a hammer or other steel or hard metal object, as the key is made of fairly soft metal such as brass, and the grooves may be damaged when it is struck. Tap the key. Tap the end of the key, while in the ignition, with a hammer or hard object while attempting to turn the key. Warning, watch out for your fingers.

              Answered on 5/25/2016 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            how do you get the cylinder out
            Asked on 12/8/2013 by tim

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              A:

              Hi Tim, good question! the ignition lock cylinder receives power via the car battery. To replace the ignition lock cylinder, the operator must use an adjustable wrench to remove the cable connected to the battery's negative terminal. The operator must remove the trim panels around the steering wheel to gain access to the ignition lock cylinder. The cylinder typically contains tamper proof screws to deter theft, which must then be removed in order to withdraw the damaged cylinder.

              Answered on 12/9/2013 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            will this work if i already have a immobilzer still from my last keys
            Asked on 9/5/2012 by joe from coloraddoo springs colorado

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              A:

              We will need more information including the year, make, model, and engine size of your application before we can make a suggestion.

              Answered on 9/5/2012 by Aaron from AAP
          • Q:

            when i cut the switch off the starter keep running do this mean that the switch is dad.
            Asked on 7/2/2012 by jerry from memphis,tenn

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              A:

              A common cause of this 'starter keeps running when the key is off' is a bad starter solenoid. Replacing this part should fix the problem. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

              Answered on 7/2/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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