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CAB DOOR ADJUSTMENT
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BODIES AND CABS 3. Working    through    door    access    opening    pry    lock retainer from lock cylinder assembly (Fig. 25) with a small pry bar or screwdriver. 4. Rotate  locks  cylinder  assembly  slightly  and  remove from door. Install To install door lock cylinder assembly, reverse foregoing removal procedure. KEY SWITCH AND DOOR LOCK CYLINDER REPLACEMENT The  instrument  panel  mounted  key  switch  and  the  lock cylinder in the door are coded so that one key operates both. Code number is stamped on key switch body just back of cap nut.      Door   lock   cylinder   assembly   does   not   have   a   code number  stamped  on  body  since  this  cylinder  is  coded  to  the key switch. To locate code number on key switch, remove key switch mounting   cap   nut   and   detach   key   switch   from   instrument panel. The  key  switch  cylinder  can  be  replaced  providing  the regular key is used. Remove To  remove  key  switch  cylinder  from  switch  body,  place key in switch cylinder and insert a piece of stiff wire or rod 1.5 mm  (1/16")  dia.  in  the  small  hole  behind  cap  nut  in  switch body.   Turn   key   to   left   (accessory   position)   and   press   the cylinder retainer down with the wire.  The switch cylinder can then be pulled out of switch body. Install To install a new switch cylinder, simply push cylinder into switch body and turn to right ("ON" position) until the cylinder retainer snaps into place. Door    lock    cylinder    replacement    is    by    the    complete assembly.  Lock cylinder itself (tumbler unit) is not removable. If door lock replacement is required, lock cylinder assemblies should be replaced in pairs. If a replacement of key switch cylinder is necessary and the operator wants to use the original key, the tumblers on the new switch cylinder can be coded accordingly. This   is   accomplished   by   inserting   original   key   in   new cylinder   (cylinder   removed   from   body)   and   filing   off   the tumblers   that   protrude   from   cylinder.      When   making   this change,  be  sure  no  burrs  are  left  on  tumblers  and  all  filings are  blown  out  with  air.    Apply  a  small  quantity  of  powdered graphite to tumblers and reinsert cylinder in key switch body. IMPORTANT If keys are lost, switch cylinder must be drilled out using a 7.9 mm (5/16") drill, 12.7-19 mm (1/2-3/4")  deep.    This  will  permit  tumblers  to drop out and free lock. DOOR WEATHER SEAL A  one  piece  rubber  weatherseal  is  secured  to  cab  door flange with plastic fasteners and provides a weather-tight seal around door when door is closed. Remove Pry up old weather seal at fastener locations and remove complete seal from cab door flange. Install 1. Obtain new seal. 2. Be sure all old fasteners have been removed and door flange is free of dirt. 3. Place  new  weather  seal  into  place  on  door  flange  and align fasteners over mounting holes. 4. Apply pressure to each fastener to secure weatherseal. DOOR STRIKER PIN Door striker pin (Fig. 26) mounted on lock pillar provides for  positive  engagement  with  the  door  latch  assembly  (Fig. 20).    Striker  pin  removal  and  installation  requires  a  special driver   tool.      Enlarged   mounting   hole   in   lock   pillar   permits adjustment. For complete details on striker pin adjustment, see "CAB DOOR ADJUSTMENT". CTS-2714  Page 17 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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