The popular answer is to bring your VIN# and proof of ownership to the dealer and they can make you a key. Unfortunately, this is not the case. GM does not keep key code records for vehicles over 10 years old, so in the case of the 1998, they cannot help. The only solutions are:
(1) - Call a locksmith and prepare to pay. Most start at $120 for this service, but they usually charge more.
(2) - Replace the key cyllinder. You can get a replacement at a parts store, with new keys. The problem is, if you don't have the old key, you will have to disassemble the steering column and remove the steering wheel to do this. If you have an air bag, this could cause the airbag to deploy and cost you about $3000 to replace. This makes option (1) above not seem so expensive after all.
The Legend of the Lost Keys was created on 1998-01-12.
The Legend of the Lost Keys ended on 1998-03-23.
Have you tried looking on your keychain? If you've lost the keys, your dealer can probably have a set made.
Number for lost keys
No there isn't one except for timing
The duration of The Legend of the Lost Keys is 1200.0 seconds.
Lost ignition keys for newer vehicles can be obtained from the vehicle dealership. Lost keys for a 1978 Honda Accord will require the replacement of the ignition.
If you lost your cabinet keys, you can call the cabinet maker and see if they have replacements. You can also call a locksmith to make a new set of keys.
The places to search for lost car keys depend on where you think you have lost them. If you have lost them in your house, just simply retrace your steps and hope for the best.
Take the VIN and proof of ownership to a VW dealer, they can cut a fresh key.