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you damaged the ignition switch and it will not recognize key you have to replace the tumbler and ignition switch the key acts like an electronic switch in most modern vehicles put key in and its recolonized and will turn and start vehicle ---damage to key or tumbler sets off anti theft and you have no start ---in future dont try to hot wire or pop ignition when keys are lost (thats all hollywood) go to dealer with vin and proof of ownership and they can cut you a new key
the key fob? or radio remove or what?
remote to what.
the operators manual covers this , under car keys.
the car came with 2 Fobs. lost them both now>?
RKE its called, (makes looking fact more easy)
is this car with SKIS Immoblizer option> yes./no
SENTRY KEY IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM - IF
im reading your operators guide now.
lost that too>?
Duplication of keys may
be performed at an authorized dealer (or locksmiths) or by using the
Customer Key Programming procedure.
DIY, takes 1 key , good, called a valid key, in the below text.
You can program new keys to the system if you have two
valid keys by doing the following:
1. Cut the additional Sentry Key Transponder blank(s) to
match the ignition switch lock cylinder key code.
2. Insert the first valid key into the ignition switch and
turn the ignition switch ON for at least 3 seconds but no
longer than 15 seconds. Turn the ignition switch OFF and
remove the first key.
3. Insert the second valid key and turn the ignition
switch ON within 15 seconds. After ten seconds, a chime
will sound and the SKIS indicator light will begin to
flash. Turn the ignition switch OFF and remove the
4. Insert a blank Sentry Key into the ignition switch and
turn the ignition switch ON within 60 seconds. After 10
seconds, a single chime will sound. The SKIS indicator
light will stop flashing, turn on for 3 seconds; then turn
The new Sentry Key has been programmed. Repeat this
process to program up to a total of 8 keys.
did i guess right, the Key FOB RKE,
remove key entry fob.?
Simplest way is to go to a dealer, give him the VIN number and get the correct key to fit both lock and ignition switch. A new set of keys is cheaper than a steering lock and ignition key, even aftermarket ones.
I can suggest a way to make the machine work without the key. If you remove the control panel cover you will see where the key switch is located. If you have a simple toggle switch you can remove the wires from the key switch and attach them to the toggle switch. then mount the switch in a position where you can easily turn it on and off. That is how I fixed mine.
If you have not installed your Microsoft Application (for
which you are looking to find key) then you can call Microsoft customer support
to get a replacement key. On the other hand if you have installed the MS
Application then you can use software to find lost key. There are many tools
which can help you to find key of all Microsoft Applications installed on your
if u notify dealer with vin number they should be able to cut u a new key --if ur key had a electronic chip in it still would need to notify dealer ----if u want to replace ignition switch the switch runs about $130 if electronic more -then u need to add on the price of installing it $65-75 an hour labor cost-- some not many lock- smiths do automotive ignition keys [non electronic ] from vin number
Look on the Function keys on the keyboard (the F1 through F12 keys) Do you see a wireless icon on one of the keys? If you do, then look for a Function (Fn) key on the keyboard. Press and hold Fn, while holding Fn, press the funtion key with the wireless icon (example: the wireless icon is on the F2 key; press and hold the Fn key, while holding the Fn key, press F2, release both keys).