Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
You can get a new ignition switch -- but my thought on the matter ( I'm a locksmith ) -- is you might try and see if you can go to a lock shop and see if they can read your key and make a new key to factory spec's. one other thing that causes problems is to many keys on your key ring ( weights down the key when in the ignition and driving -- causing excesive wear on the key AND on the ignition ).. -- if you bought the truck new look to see if you have the ' key code ' writen down somewhere,, or you might be able to get the code from the dealer (?) -- but do not get your keys made from dealer or let them work on the ignition ( way to expensive !!! ) --- go to a auto locksmith and let them look at what you got ( let them look at your key first ). -- ( key by code and/or a key read, only costs about $15 - $20 buck ).
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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