Question about 1999 Chrysler 300M
Keys were jerked from ignition while in drive was able to start it get it home now it won't start ignition switch won't even turn
Sounds like the tumblers were messed up. The key shouldn't come out while the ignition is on. If I am right, this has one of those very expensive "Chip" keys? Buying a new key could be more expensive then a lock cylinder. It will probably be cheaper to keep those keys then buy new ones on top of whatever it takes to repair the damage to the lock. You may be better off calling a "Locksmith". Even a new lock cylinder will have to be coded to something. You should be able to find a locksmith that will make a service call.
Let me know how that goes?
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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