Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Hi, first try using the key both ways to see if one side is worn out. Then if that does not work, try putting some dry graphite in the lock cyl and wiggling the key. You can also try tapping on the lock cyl with a hammer while working the key to see if you can rattle loose seized tumblers. If none of this works you can get a hold of your local chrysler dealer, and they can cut you a new key by code NOT BY COPYING YOUR OLD WORN OUT KEY using your vehicle vin number. if none of these work you will need to get the lock cyl drilled out (best done by a professional).
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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