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Interior Trunk Lock Cylinder Removal

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    Interior Trunk Lock Cylinder Removal

    I'm needing some help figuring out how to remove the lock cylinder on the inside of the car that keeps you from opening the trunk. It's the lock on the floor on the driver's side. I ordered oem Honda keys and want to get them cut but my current key is so worn that a copy cannot be made. My glovebox lock isn't original and I don't have the key for it so I need to pull another lock cylinder to get the cut combo. The plastic piece that covers the levers and cylinder is long gone but I'm having a hard time figuring out how to remove the cylinder.

    Any help would be awesome.
    Does anyone else have a monthly budget of 10mm sockets or is it just me?

    There is a little tab that covers a small Philips head screw. Use a small flat head to flip that up and expose the screw. Once that is removed, you can either pull the handles off and slide the cover off or simply work it around the lever handles for the gas and trunk. From there I believe its 2 10mm bolts that secure the assembly. The cable is attached to the locking mech similar to the hood release if I am not mistaken. Should be pretty straight forward once the cover is off.
    FSAE (F Series Accord Enthusiasts) ..."A dying breed thats taking it to the next level" Lucky #13
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      Wow. I don't know how I didn't see the two 10mm bolts. Thank you for the help.
      Does anyone else have a monthly budget of 10mm sockets or is it just me?