Remove ONE pin and CAREFULLY remove it's spring.  Put it in the corresponding holes in the new lock cylinder.  Work from one end to the other so you don't have to count which damn slot they go in or you'll feel like a jerk when you goof it up.  A little bit of grease on the pin helps hold it in the new cylinder so you don't have to.  After you've got all the pins and spring transferred, put the key in the cylinder.  That 1) holds in all the pins so they don't fall out, and 2) if all the
pins are the same height, that is flush with the outside of the lock cylinder, you did it right.  If not, see Step 0 - seeing a locksmith :)

Step 8 - Reassemble the Door Handle.  Put the lock cylinder in the door handle and reassemble the hook, springs, etc.  At the end, you should have a hook shaft sticking out from the handle, the cylinder should turn back and forth, and the spring should return it to the neutral position.  (see Bentley manual for diagram)

Step 9 - Reinstall the Door Handle.  Insert the front of the handle into the door and slide it forward.  Insert the rear of the handle into the door.  On the driver's side you'll have to turn the lock 90 degrees so it'll fit in that slot in the door lock stuff in the door (doesn't matter which direction).  Look inside, you'll see what I mean.  Also, you'll notice a half moonish thing on the inside that is what the door handle pulls against to release the door latch.  You'll have to jiggle the handle a bit to get it by.  I don't remember the trick exactly, but I tried pulling out on the handle a little, sliding it fore and aft, etc, etc.  It WILL go in.  After all, minimum wage labor put it in, you should be able to too :)  Slide the handle all the way back to the original position and reinstall the retaining screw inside the door.  Put the plugs back in the door.

Step 10 - Test the Install.  You've probably already done it by now, but turn off the honking alarm and test the new locks action and make sure you can open the door, lock the door, etc.  (I set off my alarm several time goofing with the lock with the door open, or playing with the latch mechanism with the alarm armed, etc :)

If the action of the lock is a little stiff, squirt in some more lithium grease from the can of spray stuff you got.  Make sure you shake it up well first, or you'll just get clear junk.  You want to slime the inside ;)  You'll be getting grease boogers on your keys for awhile, so be careful.  They go away in about a week.  WD40 sux on locks.  Don't use it.  It doesn't lube after the carrier evaporates. (kerosene basically)  Powdered graphite or lithium grease.  Accept no substitutes.

Step 10a - (OK, forgot one again!)  Do the other side.  Trust me, you won't regret it.

Step 11 - Put up your tools, clean the grease off the outside of the car, and throw a clean shop towel in the car to clean off your key for the next week or so :)
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