Question about Pontiac Grand Am
Your key could be worn too much or the cylinder could be seized. Spray the cylinder with pb blaster or wd40 with the key inserted in the cylinder. Tap lightly on the key in different directions but not hard enough to break the key.
If that does not help, the key could need to be replaced or the cylinder needs to be looked at by a lock smith or replaced.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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