Question about 2004 Suzuki Forenza
My key snapped off in my truck latch. Is there any way that the problem I'm having with my ignition cause damage to my key???
I can think of two possible problems you might be having. One if you said you actually broke the key, if the key is really broken it might have an anti theft device and it such as a resistor or possibly a chip and if the key is damaged this could cause more resistance causing the key heat up. And if the ignition switches is located close to the keys cylinder you might have bad contacts at the switch or bad connection where the harness connects to the switch heating up this whole area and the key. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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