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post #1 of 8 Old 07-07-2011, 10:58 PM Thread Starter
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Truck broken into, need help fixing it.

Okay so a long time ago my 97 OBS f-250 was broken into. The asswipe broke into the truck by prying out the lock cylinder and beyond that idk how he go into the truck but he did, now ever since then the door will not lock (even if i try pushing it down driver side only, passenger side does go down because it was not broken into), power locks do not work, and i have no idea how to fix this. I would like to fix this so i can put subs and some money into the interior. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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have you replaced the lock cylender?

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YOu need a new latch. I can't belive they went through all that. The corner windows the easiest. lol
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No, I do not know how to replace that lock cylinder because the hole in the door is bigger than the lock cylinder would be able to fit in because the thief used a screwdriver and pretty much made the while way bigger than the lock cylinder to fit in correctly. What should I do?
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weld it and shave your doors, lol, but your gonna have to either get a new skin or have a shop weld a new peice over that, grind it down and drill it out again, cant keep it locked if its gonna be evan easier next time to take. just shave all the doors tho, you got keyless entry?

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Yes I do have keyless entry, however it doesn't work ever since they broke in.
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And also what is a door shaft?
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They must have cut some wires or pulled fuses if the keyless entry and power locks don't work. I'd check all the fuses and relays and go from there.

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