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Changing Renault Master door lock barrels

Hi guys, new here, thanks for having me.
first off, not sure if this is in the right place, but ill give it a crack anyways.

just bought a 1998 renault master, am gonna have a go at changing all the exterior locks, just wanted to know if anyone had some tips to make this job a lil bit easier?

also, on a side note, you can turn the heater on while the van is totally off, could this be a deep seated wiring issue? or maybe just a short somewhere?

cheers for listenin, any help would be appreciated!

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Post Re: Changing Renault Master door lock barrels

Hi Matt

Not done the job and the manual doesn't show a procedure for it apart from removing the door trim (see attached). The parts list shows lots of alternatives in the way of barrels but it depends on so many variables. Hope this helps.

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