Hello my name is casen i have this truck here its a GMC 1997 and dont have a key and the wheel is locked and i need it unlocked.

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Asked by May 03, 2015 at 03:52 PM about the 1997 GMC Sierra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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What's the deal? You just need to get the steering wheel unlocked to push it or something or are you wanting to start it? You gonna have to get a locksmith, they are the only ones that will come to you or a mechanic could change ignition switches and get you a key. The way you worded your question is like you just need to move it...if it's a junk POS that won't run, punch the switch with a flat screwdriver and hammer, but it will be destroyed

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Well i would like to get it started from the ignition but it is has an automatic starter on a switch witch we dont have so i have been trying to get it running so it can be driven. The steering wheel is locked but i dont have a key so theirs got to be another way to unlock the wheel.

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So what is thw best way i can get it unlocked.

There are no posts on any forums or web-sites on how to unlock it without key. Even this one says call a locksmith ; http://www.asap-locksmith-buffalo-ny.com/asap-how-to-unlock-car-steering-wheel.html

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