Question about Volkswagen Cabrio
As a key is used time and again the sliding in and out of the ignition wears off little fines of the metal off the key. What we do to get them working again is insert the key and give the key a good wack into the ignition. Tap it with a small hammer, your fist, etc. This will smash the fines built up in the bottom of the ignition and allow it to work again. Sometimes i have taken a can of air like you blow off a keyboard with and inset the straw to the bottom of the switch and give it little puffs of air to blow the fines out of the switch. Good luck!
Posted on May 04, 2010
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