Audi / Skoda / Volkswagen Lock Fix ✔

Audi / Skoda / Volkswagen Lock Fix ✔

How to repair service Audi / Volkswagen / Skoda Steering Lock.
tends to give issues with time. The issue is because of to defective system of stearing lock which assures that only solitary self (starter) is out there on just about every important rotation. This method stops the damage to starter motor by guaranteeing that you are not able to start off the motor vehicle once again right up until you have entirely turned-off the ignition of motor vehicle.

Either with time or by accidently hoping to start off the motor vehicle when it is in operating manner, this system may perhaps get damage and its parts guaranteeing this system can split within the lock. You can get rid of the damaged section so that lock can be employed once again

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  1. Aaron Blakely
    Aaron Blakely 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    My column lock is stuck in the locked position, it's a brand new housing assembly. Can't get it to rotate to the on position to disable the column lock?

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  2. Alexandros sigalas
    Alexandros sigalas 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    hallo sir.
    Can you explain me how remove the only antenna lock cylinder?Because my doesn't work and i want replace it.

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  3. Tam Mus
    Tam Mus 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Thank you for the very detailed video! I need to do this on my mk5 rabbit, but am currently struggling with removing the ignition. There are no hexs on the top of the bolt for removal. Is there a special tool or trick necessary for removal? Thank you very much in advance for your help.

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  4. Tony Kennerly
    Tony Kennerly 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Do you have to use a Scan Tool With Anti-Theft System Security Access For Installation of a new Ignition Lock Cylinder & Keys

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  5. Jon Schnebel
    Jon Schnebel 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    I have pulled the ignition apart, removed broken parts and am trying to reassemble but I have a few more parts than you have in your video, an extra spring  and a plastic piece that looks like some sort of of locking mechanism.  I don't know exactly where the black piece or the extra spring came out of.  Where do I go from here?

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  6. Andrew Benson
    Andrew Benson 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Hi I have a audi b7 2.0t with my key getting sticky on start and causing the starter to grind, do you have the spring part number?

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  7. geo m
    geo m 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Very nice video but in the case of turning switch on and dont have power the problem is with the electric part of the switch or because i dont feel the tention of the spring is something broken inside the cylinder?

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  8. Chief Of Knots
    Chief Of Knots 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Sorry for double post but I watch this movie all over again few times.

    If I disassembly my ignition lock (with steering wheel locked), can I put part at 3:45 inside lock in CLOSED position (I can not see if you pressed – unlocked or unpressed – locked). This is very important as other way this assembly is not possible if complete lock is not removed.

    Also help with this problem is needed. Since I do not want to remove complete lock from car – I want to disassemble and assemble with lock housing still in place – if I remove all parts from lock – will this unlock my steering wheel?)… If not how can I remove actual lock part so my wheel is unlocked?

    Sorry for my locked lock question :)…

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  9. Chief Of Knots
    Chief Of Knots 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Hi, this is great video but I m having another problem…

    "Good guys" tried to steal my VW 5 Plus yesterday night, they drill a hole in my hatch, come all the way to fornt seats, pull out ignition lock (only cylinder) and HOPEFULLY thank god! immobilizer did its job.

    When I came to car I m prety much sure my steering wheel was locked, but I was able to unlock steering wheel with normal screwdriver and start car with my car keys near immo. I parked my car in garage, and turn off car with my screwdriver.

    Than yesterday evening I watch your movie and see that I can just order new ignition lock with new keys and just replace immo chip from my old to new keys. Everything OK, I said nothing special and I ordered new ignition lock.

    Today after my work, I started to disassemble by my "video memory". Since lock barrel was broken I did not have to rotate key to exact position as I saw where is line to press pin that is holding lock in place. But what a mistake, ignition lock came out easily BUT I DID NOT REMEMBER that key must be in ON position. So probably I removed inition lock in wrong position (I do not know if this is possible). Than when I tried to unlock steering wheel (without ignition lock) with screwdriver it does not unlock!!!! I see white plasctic part holiding all parts inside lock but at the moment I have no courage to disassemble lock. First I sad I have to ask profesional about possible problem.

    So here is my question:

    1.) Is it possible that I removed ignition lock in wrong position (I know this is not possible with complete position but my cylinder was pulled out by car thief so I was able to remove ignition lock at any position)?

    2.) If its possible, how can I put lock in correct position to unlock steering wheel?

    Many thanks for your answer.


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  10. Hugo Sousa
    Hugo Sousa 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Nice vídeo help to repair VW Golf MKV 2004…

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  11. SuperMM008
    SuperMM008 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    +Flip Keys Awesome post!  One question. Is it possible to remove the ignition lock barrel without removing the steering wheel?

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  12. scotedo
    scotedo 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Thank you for this video however I am having a problem. I have a 2002 VW Golf and the piece that turns the switch broke. I bought a steering column from the junkyard since that's the only way to get the housing. I am using the parts from inside the housing and I get stuck when I turn it to the on position to insert the lock cylinder. It pushes out toward the lock cylinder so there isn't enough room to insert the lock cylinder and there is no spring action. It also pushes the white plastic out as well. Any thoughts. Thanks

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  13. Aminouvic Zoldec
    Aminouvic Zoldec 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Hi u can fix ur cam (ur the best .i see athers but thy r sooooooooo bad )

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  14. Orhan Akcay
    Orhan Akcay 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Audi / Skoda / Volkswagen Lock Repair ✔:

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  15. Eusebio Santos
    Eusebio Santos 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Hi, i have one a3 with this problem, i rotate to start position but the key dont come back to on position i need to twist back, is the spring?

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    JCAUTOEXPRESION 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    hello friend I have a model SEAT IBIZA car and I have the same problem given current but not completely turn the key to turn told me I have to change where the key is inserted must be programmed key I hope you can help me thanks

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  17. jes1kbs2002
    jes1kbs2002 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Thank you very much. I have an Audi A6 with broken switch. Thus helped alot.

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  18. Debbie Meregildo
    Debbie Meregildo 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    I have a question.
    I got into a mini car accident & when I got home with the car the next day I wanted to use it , it wouldn't turn on . My car is completely dead . I wanna know if this video would make my car turn back on . I have a 99 jetta engine is a 2.0
    I really need help !!!! 

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  19. Maison Moa
    Maison Moa 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    I am having an issue where I can not get the lock cylinder back into the housing. Both are set to the "on" position, however it will not let me turn the key once I have the lock cylinder into the housing. 

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  20. Peter Antoo
    Peter Antoo 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    how do you take out the lock cylinder if you can't get the key to turn pass the steering wheel unlock position??

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  21. Damian Ramos
    Damian Ramos 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    I have a mkv and bought a new housing and i disassemble just exactly how you did step by step but it won't let me turn 90 degrees with the flat head screw driver. It seems that the lock tripped or something. Please help!

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  22. med koumi
    med koumi 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Slt mes collègues… Merci flip key pour l'explication…

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  23. Thai Foo
    Thai Foo 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    I have an Audio A4 2007. Right now, the lock is jammed. Using the key, I cannot turn the lock to align the lock to the hole. In the video, you suggest to use a plier if the lock is jammed. So do you mean to use the pliers on the key and try to turn it?

    How much do you believe all the internal parts cost?

    Thank you for the video, very detailed in informative.

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  24. tommy lennon
    tommy lennon 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    your a genius

     i opened mine without even having to remove the housing form car and found the broken pieces like you said 

    mighty stuff thank you 

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  25. miftah jamal
    miftah jamal 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Thank you very much

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  26. Med Elghanami
    Med Elghanami 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    salam alykom thanks you so much for this video

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  27. Andrei Uţă
    Andrei Uţă 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Thank you for the explicit video. I have a Golf MK5 (the same mechanism, same parts), I had the problem with the jammed steering lock mechanism, and bought a second hand one, which I tried several times and worked properly, but now the second one, won't work… is it any i don't know position or something that keeps it jammed or should I disasemble the new one and check it inside?

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  28. Flip Keys
    Flip Keys 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    SBB to program Skoda till 2006

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  29. Ajman C A
    Ajman C A 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    great video….so do u know to program keys in skoda…which programmer do u use??

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  30. Flip Keys
    Flip Keys 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    I am very glad to hear that it helped you in repairing your lock.

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  31. amannarwal
    amannarwal 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Amazing deatiled video. Helped me with my octavia lock. Coudnt have fixed it without this video.

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  32. shitdidit
    shitdidit 1 July, 2016, 01:40

    Ohh my goodness thats a money maker!!! And a GREAT video!!! But, you could say HELLO!! Thanks Will

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