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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing lock cylinder

Special tools and workshop equipment required
   
Locking pin -T40011- or
suitable welding wire
Removing
–  Remove lower steering column trim → General body repairs, interior; Rep. gr.68.
  Note
For the removal of the lock cylinder it might be necessary to fold aside the ignition key.
For reasons of clarity, the ignition lock is illustrated in the correct position without the ignition key.
 

Removing and installing lock cylinder

–  Turn ignition key to “Ignition ON” position. This will align the recess in trim -arrow- with hole in ignition lock.
 

Removing and installing lock cylinder

–  Fold aside ignition key as far as possible.
–  Insert locking pin -T40011- or suitable welding wire as far as stop into hole -2-.
–  Pull lock cylinder -1- out of steering lock housing.
  WARNING
Risk of seized steering lock.
The steering lock must not be actuated without lock cylinder.
  Note
Steering locks that are seized must be renewed.
The reading coil is integrated in the lock cylinder and cannot be renewed individually.
The entire lock cylinder must be renewed if the reader coil is defective.
A new lock cylinder can be ordered from the responsible distribution centre or the importer. When ordering, the vehicle-specific locking number according to the VIN must be provided.
–  Disconnect connector on reader coil.
Installing
Install in the reverse order of removal, observing the following:
–  Insert ignition key into lock cylinder and turn it to position “Ignition On”.
–  Again, insert locking pin -T40011- or suitable welding wire as far as stop into hole at front edge.
–  Connect electrical connector to immobiliser reader coil.
 

Removing and installing lock cylinder

–  Press lock cylinder -1- together with immobiliser reader coil into steering lock housing -3-.
–  Remove locking pin -T40011- from hole -2-.
–  Press in lock cylinder tightly until locking mechanism can be heard to engage.
 

Removing and installing lock cylinder

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