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I don't know how far back it goes, but Bill Pape has an 88FC and his is the same, so I would say at least 88-97 but suspect further back and a bit forward as well.
Paul thanks for that info. Great research on that part and the part number. These switches do cause problems from time to time so your efforts are sure to be appreciated by someone in the future.
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Paul I forgot to ask you if you'd share the price info.
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you put a paper clip in the hole and turn it with the key and it comes out!
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Rob,

It was outrageously priced. List $100 cost me about $60 with tax.
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Woody,

I tried two different sized paper clips and an awl, and the cylinder won't come out that way for me.
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you just push a little and turn it back like acc position if i remember
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Hey Buddy, since you live in DC... Just go to the local police dept and ask them to poll their "temporary residents" I am sure someone will have the answer

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In the on-going saga of how hard can it be to remove a lock cylinder, My friend, the professional locksmith, just gave up trying to get it out here. As he rode off to his shop, he said "It *will* come out". He also said "I'll get around to it soon".
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I don't know how far back it goes, but Bill Pape has an 88FC and his is the same, so I would say at least 88-97 but suspect further back and a bit forward as well.
My 84 PT has the same switch with the spring on it.
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In the on-going saga of how hard can it be to remove a lock cylinder, My friend, the professional locksmith, just gave up trying to get it out here. As he rode off to his shop, he said "It *will* come out". He also said "I'll get around to it soon".
Paul what is the answer??? How does the lock /key cylinder come out???
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