I too have a 95 S/10 with the same issue. Left me and my 5 yr old stranded at the house this morning. I have dropped everything as described by the Haynes and Chilton's manual. I have a new lock cylinder since it was only $14.99. Problem is, it requires the old lock be turned to the 'Start' position to be able to insert the 1/16th inch hex head to depress the retaining pin. Problem is, the cylinder will NOT turn at all. This is why I am trying to replace it. How do I get the old cylinder out? Is it safe to drill this thing out? I am wondering if I drill the tumblers out will it 'unlock'?[/Quote:ed34e13a6a]
Destroyed a few bits but finally drilled it out. Once I did, I was able to remove the old cylinder and replace it.
All is good now.
Tuesday, March 20th, 2007 AT 10:18 AM