Help! Removing Fuego Door Locks
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    Default Help! Removing Fuego Door Locks

    Hi
    I'm swapping the barrels but am having difficulties as to removing them without damaging the doors (and to fit replacements the same way). I took the first one out of a damaged door using tin snips so to figure out how to do it without damaging metal on the good door, but I'm having trouble. The Haynes manual doesn't have an example for central locking models.
    Any ideas?
    Thanks

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    Question answered. A flat head screw driver between the metal and the plastic and some force!

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    The door locks are held in place by a metal spring clip. Just lever the clip out and the lock will be freed. Usually you can free the clip by hand if fingers are strong enough.

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