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Old 02-08-2010, 07:00 PM   #1
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I just bought this jeep and both door lock cylinders are broke. I bought two new ones to replace them. I can not get the rear of the cylinder off the linkage. the new locks are different than the one that came out. So, A) how do i get it off the linkage and B) will this new cylinder work? first pic is the cylinder that came out, the second the one that i got from the parts store.
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Got it off the linkage. now cant figure out how to get the new one on
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They look different to me. The one on the left is GM older xj 84 -91(approx.), the other from 92-98(approx.) chrysler style. I may be off a year or so
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The one on the left locks just like the one I took out. The one on the right I had purchased from rockauto.com, it didnt look right to me when i took it out of the package. Guess I will be sending it back. Thanks for the info
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The one on the left looks just like the one I took out. The one on the right I had purchased from rockauto.com, it didnt look right to me when i took it out of the package. Guess I will be sending it back. Thanks for the info
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I just pulled one of mine out because someone tried to punch in both doors. There isn't a groove for the e-clip and it is a smaller diameter if you try to put the lock cylinder in the door. I got mine at Autozone DL48150 need to find the dam receipt to take it back. I did find this video so I'm going to buy the cover and flapper door and will be set. If you need to replace might have to spent $50 at teamcherokee.com

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...deoid=38905860
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The one on the left is the one from teamcherokee.com, The one on the right is the same as the autozone. Does yours look like the one on the left?
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My 89 uses the one on the left single cut key, the Autozone cylinder looks like the right one, double cut key with the circular spring on the back.
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i have the same problem. i was looking at the ones on rockauto's website but i dont think they are the same. i found these http://www.quadratec.com/products/55014_101.htm but i dont want to pay that much. theyre 32.99

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i have the same problem. i was looking at the ones on rockauto's website but i dont think they are the same. i found these http://www.quadratec.com/products/55014_101.htm but i dont want to pay that much.
I got 2 one for each front door at Checkers for $11.50 Took just a few minutes to install.
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also, does anyone know where you can buy the lock cylinder for the rear lift gate? i dont have a key for mine.
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is checkers the same as schucks? thats a great deal! do you have a link for that or did you buy it at the store?
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I got 2 one for each front door at Checkers for $11.50 Took just a few minutes to install.

are these the ones?

http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/de...1017&ppt=C0356
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is checkers the same as schucks? thats a great deal! do you have a link for that or did you buy it at the store?
I think they are the same. Its O reillys. No I just went in and got some. They had to get them but that onlt took a couple hours. I cant remember if they had the rear. I think they did but I didnt want 3 diff. keys. lol
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check out the video that CHASDB posted, it explains how to change the pins in the locks so you only have to use one key! its awesome haha
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