Take it to an independent garage. On some cars it is fairly simple to remove the lock cylinder and replace it (the ignition tumbler & keys for my 1989 cavalier was only $25; unfortunately, it is a long task to get it apart). If it is the ignition swith, same applies, on some cars it is quite simple. I found that the best advice I gto was from an auto wreckers (they know how to dismantle a variety of vehicles)
The key is almost never the problem, there is a halo ring around ignition and module in dash that are usually the problem- you need an auto locksmith to test them
I just replaced the ECM in my 2005 Escape & I did have to have a Locksmith come out & REPROGRAM the Key Codes into the computer. When You turn on your ignition, the red THEFT light will probably start flashing fast & the engine will not turn over. This means it doesnt like your key. Time to call the Locksmith or drag it to the dealership to get it reprogrammed.
To replace a broken key in a 91 Subaru ignition, you will need to contact a locksmith. The locksmith can cut a key to match your ignition.
The immobilizer key can only be programmed by an automotive locksmith that specializes in transponder or immobilizer keys. If no locksmith in your area can help you can take it to the dealer. There is no way to do it yourself.
To reprogram a Honda ignition key you need to use a Honda-approved dealer. Only a dealer can reprogram or order a new ignition key for a Honda vehicle.
You can call the best locksmith in your city like Locksmith Atlanta Pro LLC in Atlanta for this service.
how to ,reprogram the ignition switch on a 2001 Monte Carlo ls
No, you do not.
yes of course.... anywhere that kas a key cutter can make one. they do not have the electronic sensor in the key and ignition so any spare can be used.
The best answer is.....................take it to a Locksmith.........this is not a job for a wantabe mechanic (or locksmith lol ;-). TommyTrouble
Contact your local locksmith. Go to ALOA.org the locksmith association so you will get a legitimate locksmith.
On most cars, yes.
Get a locksmith to make one to the non original cylinder.
leave the key in the ignition over night key should reprogram
call a locksmith
You will need a locksmith.
It would need to be drilled. Best to just call a locksmith.
To reprogram the alarm remote for a Porsche boxster, one must put the key into the ignition and turn to position 1, first click. After, you must then turn the ignition off and leave the key in for approximately 15 seconds. The last step is to start the car; this will successfully reprogram the remote.
You have to have the key to that ignition to remove it. You can get a locksmith maybe. The dealership can make you a key from your vin# definitely good luck.
I'd call a locksmith. The ignition wil probably have to be drilled and replaced.
This can only be done by Ford dealer. It is expensive!