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$1.50 knurled knob from Lowes
$1.50 knurled knob from Lowes
Here is another look at the knob.
Here is another look at the knob.
First mark the key where it is flush with the lock when inserted
First mark the key where it is flush with the lock when inserted
Now make a second mark at 1 5/8 inches. This is where you will cut the key off
Now make a second mark at 1 5/8 inches. This is where you will cut the key off
After key is cut (Axess  27  Honda Accord blank bought at Wal Mart)
After key is cut (Axess 27 Honda Accord blank bought at Wal Mart)
I heat up the screw in the knob just enough so that I can pull it out.
I heat up the screw in the knob just enough so that I can pull it out.
Once it is hot, the screw pulls out of the plastic.
Once it is hot, the screw pulls out of the plastic.
Now I heat up the end of the key slightly
Now I heat up the end of the key slightly
And then push on the knob down to my mark
And then push on the knob down to my mark
Additionally, I put some JB weld in and around the joint, just to be safe (and cause I luv JB Weld)
Additionally, I put some JB weld in and around the joint, just to be safe (and cause I luv JB Weld)
Finished product
Finished product
It works the glovebox too
It works the glovebox too