Question about 1999 Saturn SL
I went to start my 2002 Saturn sl1, put the key in, go to turn to on position. And, the key wouldn't turn...not able to turn it to start the car. As, I tried to get it to turn...the key broke and, is now stuck in the ignition (cylinder?, I think thats what it's called...and, needs to be replaced?). Right? Or, not? How to fix?...
Try turning the steering wheel side to side whilst turning the key. If that dies not help, you may need to replace the cylinder, but on the S-Series, you are probably just in need of a key. if your key is really worn all around, get another one made at the dealership (bring your title) and they can cut you a new one from the VIN of the car, rather than from a worn out key.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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