Question about Chevrolet Camaro
Depending on the key itself, you may be able to remove the broken piece by using a small magnet (strong). Test the remaining part of the key to see if this is possible, (if it's susceptible to the magnet). If you have no luck with the magnet, your best bet is to call a locksmith as they have something to remove the broken key within seconds.
If you try to get the your broken piece out of the key out yourself, there's quite a large chance of doing further damage and needing to replace the cylinder lock which can become very costly.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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