Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
One of the two keys won't turn now and the other works but infrequently won't turn in ignition. Is this a tumbler problem or a rekey issue?
This is a tumbler problem. If you want to fix it yourself, you need to disassemble the the column untill you get to the lock cylinder and figure out how to remove it and remove the tumblers. This will allow many different keys to start the car however. Your other option is to replace the lock cylinder with a new one and new keys. That is up to you, but you should do something before the keys quit working all together.
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