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Hot key why does the key get hot in my 2004 Forenza. it is an auto trans. what should I do about it.

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  • lunchlady254 May 31, 2008

    thanks so much for your help. I won't worry about it. that eases my mind because it is my daughters car and I didn't want it burst into flames on her.

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The electronics or light links are too close to key area and you need not be too concerned.If it is increasing in temperature the longer your driving than that is like staying out in the sun too long.It's a design flaw,that is all.

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