User Login    
 + Register
  • Main navigation
Login
Username:

Password:


Lost Password?

Register now!
Fast Search
Slow Search
Google Ad


[Datsun 1200 encyclopedia]

Steering Lock

From Datsun 1200 Club

Datsun 1200 encyclopedia | Recent changes | Edit this page | Page history | Switch to MediaWiki mode

Printable version | Disclaimers | Privacy policy
Category: Body Electrical System

A locking steering Column was a Datsun 1200 OPTION for early STD and DX models. It was standard equipment for USA 1200s, JDM GL and GX, and newer JDM 1200 pickups. The body of the steering lock is the same LHD vs RHD and early vs late. But the removable lock barrel, face plate and ignition switch differ. In particular, USA locks have a 2-wire connector for the key buzzer, while Japan locks say "Garage" on them.
28737.jpgAlbum click to view

Contents

Overview

In all 1200s — both RHD and LHD — the Steering Lock bolts to the right side of the steering column.
22009.jpgAlbum click to view
The body is cast 'KV-1'
22010.jpgAlbum click to view
'KV-1' cast at the saddle

48700-M1060
48700-M1060.jpg

KV-1
28737.jpgAlbum click to view

A new lock comes with break-off bolts. Once tightened, the heads break off. To remove it requires tapping the bolts out slowly using a center punch, or using a hacksaw to cut grooves in the bolts.

POST Steering lock bolts- how to tighten?

lock bolts - two Philips head, two security head
25882.jpgAlbum click to view

48700-M1010 - early style without ACC position
11345.jpgAlbum click to view

USA Left: 1972-1973 5-position, Right: 1971 4-position
5022.jpgAlbum click to view
USA Lock Comparison - No ACC position for 1971. It also uses a different ignition switch.

4-position
* Single-sided Key, differs from door keys
* Takes small one-lug ignition switch
5-position
* Double-sided Key, same as door key
* Takes large two-lug ignition switch

48700-H1600 Early JDM with 'Garage' position and single-sided key
24434.jpgAlbum click to view

48700-H1600
48700-H1600.jpg

Lock Part Numbers

STEERING LOCK ASSEMBLY
JAPAN- see Key_Part_Numbers
48700-H1600 ASS'Y LOCK, steering (3-position) (up to '71-Mar.) (Op.) ALL
* 48750-H2000 ASS'Y-SWITCH, ignition
48700-H2010 ASS'Y LOCK, steering (4-position) (from '71-Apr.) (Op.) ALL
48700-H2010 ASS'Y LOCK, steering (4-position) GX
* 48750-H1900 ASS'Y-SWITCH, ignition
48700-M1010 LOCK ASS'Y-steering [1972] GL, GX <> 48700-H2010 
** Also used by Cherry E10 <> 48700-H2020
* 48700-H2010 7510-7803
* 48700-G1060 7804-8210 S/#48700-H5010
* 48700-G1925 8211-
* 48700-A8605 PB110 GL,GX optional DX
  * 48750-A8700 SWITCH ASS'Y-ignition
  * 48479-E6601 ESCUTCHEON-steering lock
USA - see Steering Wheel Part Numbers
* 48700-H1900 ASSY-LOCK STEERING $217 USD
* 48700-H1901 ASSY-LOCK,STEERING(5 POINT) 0471- 0 48700-H1900 $156 USD

Key Lock

Removable lock barrel

Standard Motor Products 1200 US-168L
21996.jpgAlbum click to view

Standard Motor Products US169L {#1472GAS, 88922033, E1459A} 7-tumbler
StandardUS-169L.jpg

AC/Delco E1499A {#88921918} - Short Type Lock
lock_cylinder.jpg

B210

B210 RHD used a similar steering lock as B110. But the USA LHD version was considerably different.

B210 USA

USA B210 steering lock is totally different. Clamps at mid-barrel instead of end. 48700-H6200 pictured with Ignition Switch attached.
US183_FULL.jpg US183_BRACKET.jpg US183_TERMINAL.jpg

B210 Japan

JDM B210 steering lock looks similar to B110 version.
48700-H5000 and 48700-H5010
B210_lock-a.jpg B210_lock-b.jpg

(racer135- my RHD 1978 B120 uses a similar black 5-position key/steering lock barrel as the USA 1972-1973 mentioned earlier, albeit with a small single-lug switch with 5 terminals as pictured above. It may be exactly the same as the one above but there aren't enough photos to confirm. Also, when the start position spring failed in the switch, I replaced it with the switch from a Mazda 1000 ute I had for parts, which just happened to have the exact same switch!)

Ignition Switch

The actual electrical Ignition Switch for this type is removable, and bolts to the back of the key cylinder. In other words, the Ignition Switch is not strictly part of the Lock Cylinder, but connects to it. A rectangular wire connector from the dash harness attaches to the ignition switch.

Fitment of ignition switch into ASSY-LOCK STEERING
48750-E7705-1.jpgAlbum click to view 48750-H1900.jpg 

Retrieved from "http://datsun1200.com/modules/mediawiki/index.php?title=Steering_Lock"

This page has been accessed 4,759 times. This page was last modified 00:53, 17 January 2023. Content is available under Datsun 1200 Club.