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Old 07-04-2005, 01:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Need to swap out my trunk with a new/used one (backed into a tree!).

I obtained a used trunk from a junkyard and I don't know how to remove the lock cylinders from the new and old trunks so that I can use my key when I swap them out.

Anyone know how?

'95 525i.

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Originally posted by frank3@Jul 4 2005, 01:15 AM
Need to swap out my trunk with a new/used one (backed into a tree!).

I obtained a used trunk from a junkyard and I don't know how to remove the lock cylinders from the new and old trunks so that I can use my key when I swap them out.

Anyone know how?

'95 525i.

Thanks
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Here is a link which shows you in details (with nice pictures ) on how to do it...

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