Probably if you didn't wipe it off well. Try this, take an toilet paper tube or paper towel tube and place one end over the ignition key cylinder, (you may have to remove any rings or other keys first) breathe into the other end allowing you hot breath to defrost the lock. After a few minutes try to work it. This works on exterior locks pretty good, and may for you. Post your results.
Thanks for the tip, Bclear. I ran an industrial extension cord (25 feet), and the toilet paper tube out to the car with my hair dryer. It worked! (ran the dryer over the key in the ignition so the key would get hot)thank you
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Nothing because snow is just frozen water.
frozen snow is ice frozen snow is ice
Snow is frozen water.
Snow - is simply frozen raindrops !
snow is not about anything its made out of frozen water
SNOW OR ICE
Yes, it is.
No, because snow is just frozen water.
Snow is frozen raindrops.
No. There is not frozen water for Saturn to snow. :3
No, there is no frozen water for it to snow. :D
snow is a frozen water vapour, whereas ice is a frozen liquid water.
If something is preserved in ice or snow it is frozen. When ice is frozen, it is a liquid that has turned into a solid.
Snow is already frozen...
Snow is water, frozen water crystals.
Snow is flakes of crystalline ice water
Yes. Snow is a form of frozen precipitation.
kinda sleet is snow frozen i found out
Snow is the frozen form of water. Snow can be found in cold places and in mountains.
Yes, it is.
See where the snow is not flat and untouched. That is where the keys broke the top of the snow.
No snow is just frozen water and as water is not a living thing , snow isn't.