Question about 2001 Saturn SC
My daughter just called saying the key is stuck in her 2001 Saturn SC2. She had driven a mile or two and stopped and couldn't get the key to move or release. With some encouragement, and after much wriggling, she finally got it to release. She has automatic transmission, and it's in park, and she said the steering wheel was not locked. From what I've read on here, I suspect it's a stuck tumbler. However, it's currently 10 degrees F and was much lower over night. Her car sits outside on the driveway. I'm wondering if the cold is the problem and if some lubrication (graphite?) in through the keyhole would help the tumblers move in low temps. Or does it need replacement?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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