Many used items in our picture(s) have been cleaned and/or bead blasted prior to being photographed to show condition and detail. The item you receive, in most circumstances, will be pulled from the donor car and shipped to you without being cleaned. We do not retake pictures each time a used item sells. Pictures are a good indicator of what you will receive, but not all used parts age the same. On high dollar parts, email us and we can send a few pictures of the actual part available.
"Core" Items: If we use the word "Core" in the title of the product, the item has been deemed rebuildable, but has not been rebuilt. The item you receive, in most circumstances, will be pulled from the donor car and shipped to you without being cleaned.
A perfectly working, matched set of trunk and glove box locks with key is getting rather hard to come by these days. These two matching locks are guaranteed to work perfectly. Includes 1967 style glove box lock, 1967-68 Cougar trunk lock cylinder with one "Ford" cut key to the coded to the number imprinted on the glove box lock. This is a matching set with new key.
1967 glove box locks has square edges on the front of the lock. Starting in 1968 the lock had a rounded edge on the front. We also have the 1968 style lock. 1967 and 1968 glove box locks fully interchange.
Ford Part # C7SZ-6543505-A/C6OZ-6206281-C or C7SZ-6543507-B (Glove box/Trunk lock kit)
Below are some basics about removing and replacing your lock cylinder and lock cover.
When removing the cylinder from the lock housing this button must be depressed to allow the cylinder to slide out the front of the housing. The only way to depress the button is to have the key in the cylinder and partially turned as if to be unlocking the trunk.
Any sharp object will work to depress the button or "tumbler". Sometimes the assembly must be soaked in penetrating oil for the button to move freely.
When the key is rotated back to the up and down positsion the button (or tumbler) will pop back up.
If you do not have a key then you will have to remove the button as opposed to pushing it down. Soaking the cylinder before trying this will go along way. Often they come right out but on occasion you will have to drill the button out.
If you do not have a key and do not want to make a trip to your locksmith then you may want to try to "re-key" the cylinder yourself. Step one is to remove the tumbler cover.
Try just removing a couple of the tumbler and spring sets and see if your key will turn freely.
If this does not work try removing another tumbler.
Once your key turns freely snap the cover back on. You will in fact have decreased your security by removing tumblers and not replacing them with the correct size of tumblers for your new to the lock key. To maintain the full security your lock was designed for you will have to take your cylinder to a locksmith for re-keying or come up with some correct sized tumblers from another Ford door or deck lock cylinder.
To remove the deck lock cover just grasp the back of the spring and rotate it a 1/4 turn.
Slip the shaft of the new cover into the housing. It will be a little stiff at first but with a dab of white lithium grease and some use it will relax and rotate freely.
Just rotate the spring and place it back in place.
Check out our video below showing how to easily remove and reinstall your 67-68 trunk latch, lock, and cover plate, and some info on getting a new key made.