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    New Lock Cylinders

    Anyone have any information on replacement door lock cylinders as well as the Trunk? The OEM cylinders are worn bad key not working, The key being used now is one I just recently had made from the VIN.

    I know the Saturn part numbers but could not find any kind of replacements
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    You may have to try your luck and see if you can find a decent specimen at the junkyard. I ended up doing just that for my worn locks.
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    I bought a full set from rockauto. Then I pinned them to my new key I got from the dealer. A locksmith can also pin the new locks to a key.

    But the key tends to be the wear item not the lock. If the lock isn't working, it might be stuck and require being torn apart. The trunk lock tends to do this, or really any lock that rarely gets used.
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    not seeing any on Rockauto website, how long ago was that?
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    Digging deep into the web I found this http://oemcats.com/saturn/ emailing to see how up to date the website is
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    The part number for the doors shows as 21170409 which is discontinued. That said I came across one Canadian GM site that said the part was superseded by 21170632 and it appears the can get them. $16.61 CAD plus shipping per cylinder.

    https://www.tubmangmpartsdepot.ca/p/.../21170632.html

    The part number for the rear hatch is 21114563; also discontinued. I did find some on eBay though.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/GENERAL-MOT...QAAOSwkktc47Mq
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