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Lock Cylinder


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Prior to my purchasing of my pathfinder someone had attempted to get into the car by trying to pick the drivers side door. They failed miserably and just managed to fubar the lock. The key somewhat goes in, and wont turn the lock. So I have to open the rig by the passenger side. This is slightly annoying hehe.

So, my questions is how difficult is it to replace these, and does it make sense to attempt to rekey one myself? I have access to an r50 pathfinders cylinders and am wondering if they would be similar.

I imagine that having a dealer replace the lock would be ridiculously high.

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