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Old 01-11-2019, 04:31 PM
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Hi all, new member from down under here.
I have a 2000 rhd blazer looking for an ignition lock barrel I have found that they are like hens teeth any advice or help would be greatly appreciated thanks
 
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Do you need the whole lock or just the key insert?

Need to find out what the difference is between the RHD and LHD steering columns. Might be that they are the same.
can you post a pic of what exactly you need?
 
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Originally Posted by error_401 View Post
Do you need the whole lock or just the key insert?

Need to find out what the difference is between the RHD and LHD steering columns. Might be that they are the same.
can you post a pic of what exactly you need?


This is what im after except the bit that goes into the switch is in the middle and i need one that is off to the side. Just so im being clear my vechile is rhd,auto and the shifter is on the floor not on the column if that makes a difference.

 
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I'm browsing a Rock Auto website just advised here. Probably You may get the part at a decent price:
https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...cylinder,10041
 
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Welcome!

When looking for parts, I'll sometimes check the part numbers to see if they are the same or not. The US GM parts web sites are normally pretty good for that. You might find that the RHD and LHD lock cylinders parts are the same.
 
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Old 01-13-2019, 05:24 AM
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same thought as Mike.308

Small parts should ship at reasonable prices.
 
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Hi, Have you tried Bunce Motor Company Ltd in Auckland, NZ ? Good luck. BooTs
 
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