Somewhere I've got the re-keying instructions and a bag of re-keying pins. If I find those, I'll post. However, if your (only) key is badly worn as you describe, I'd either use the 2nd key, or take both the new and old key cylinder to a locksmith, have them make a new key and swap the keying pins. It is probably a 5 minute job and usually pretty cheap if you can find one of those low budget guys who works out of their garage.neon98rt said:John what are you doing in my garage again . Get out of there. Do you know how to get the thing apart so i can use my old key?