Question about 1994 Nissan Altima
A locksmith may be able to remove the broken key.I am sure they know many tricks.I would definitely call a couple and see if they can.If you have AAA call them and it should be covered.If they cannot,you will probably have to at least replace the ignition.Whether new or used is up to you.If you do not have the electrical remotes,you will end up having 1 key to open the door,and another key to run the car.When I had ignition problems,I replaced the whole steering column with a used one just because I was fixing it myself and it was actually easier to do than an ignition.Also I wrote tips on my profile which are basically this:When you buy a new car (new or used),take the original key somewhere and have 2 copies made.If something goes wrong with the copies possibly not working the ignition properly or whatever,then you still have the original in great shape.It doesn't really help your broken key problem,but if you end up replacing the ignition,I highly recommend it.Good luck!
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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