[DML] Re: ignition key woes
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[DML] Re: ignition key woes



Removing the ignition cylinder is not that difficult. There are 2
tamperproof screws that you need to remove. Refer to H:03:01. After
you get the thing loose removing the broken piece of key is easy. In
fact if you go to a locksmith with the lock he will probably remove
the piece for the cost of cutting a new key. Once he removes the piece
he may be able to either decode it or copy it. If the column is out of
the car just grab the whole thing and take it to the locksmith, saves
the trouble of even removing the tamperproof screws! Bring the rest of
the  broken key too if you still have it. If your car is the 1 key
system bring the "vault door" too for a test fit.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "foxmul2001" <foxmul@...> wrote:
>
> Hey guys, 
> My dad broke off a little piece of his ignition key in the ignition.  
> Any ideas how to avoid the locksmith charge or the breakapart method.  
> anybody have another one to swap out.  I would like to get this one to 
> a locksmith because my dad sid it never fit in right.  he suspected a 
> previous owner theft attempt.  My hats off to Bob Miller for swapping 
> my steering column when I had no keys for mine when I originally 
> bought it.  Anyone have a spare ignition or column lying around (with 
> or without key) I could have rekeyed or anyone have any idea what 
> volvo crossover?
> 
> thanks,
> 
> Joseph Molino
> 2850
>








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