Question about Saturn L-Series
One of the easiest ways for this if you dont wanna pay a locksmith or open the whole compartment is to find another thin piece of metal or possibly the broken part of the key that came off. You then use super glue (and not the cheap stuff in any ordinary supermarket) but one from a hardware store (not too much though, as small as possible) You then need to reattach the key and hold it for at least 5 minutes pushing slightly forward. if you used just the right amount of good quality super glue/adhesive then it should work.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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