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Anatomy of a Nissan ignition lock assembly


ahardb0dy
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Just finished re-keying this ignition lock for my 90 Sentra to match the key for my pathfinder, some guys on a lock picking forum I frequent wanted pics for future reference so I figured I would post them here as well, not sure of what every part is called, I am not a lock smith I am just good at looking at something and figuring out how they work:

 

front view of assembly showing pin that has to be removed to remove lock cylinder:

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rear view showing pin that has to be removed to remove lock cylinder:

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2 pins removed:

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believe this is the switch that activates the beep when you leave the key in:

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removing lock cylinder, pic shows spring on top of lever and hole where one of the pins engages that holds the cylinder in the housing:

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lock cylinder removed:

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button you press to remove key, and lever?:

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part that engages the electrical ignition switch left side,:

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lock tumbler showing pins in what would be the no key locked position, 8 wafers:

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spacer between lock cylinder and housing:

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  • 7 years later...

I know this is a very old thread, but I am looking to rekey my ignition and was wondering if you had any more information on how those pins were removed. Not all the pictures are showing up over 7 years after the original posting. Do you remember how you were able to get them out? Any help is appreciated. Thanks. 

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  • 3 weeks later...

The little pins are removed by drilling a small hole next to each pin, than prying the pin out with a scribe tool or similar tool

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