2006 chevy cobalt ss ignition lock assembly

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Asked by Oct 23, 2016 at 03:14 PM about the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS

Question type: General

I lost my keys to my chevy cobalt as  (2006)!
I need new keys made but can't afford till
payday but the car is in a bad area, can I
break the tumblers start the car?

4 Answers

69,315

NO!! This will activate the security system and shut down the car. Visit your local Chevy Dealer with your vehicle identification number (VIN), a photo ID, and the vehicle registration for proof of ownership. They can make you a new key but it'll have to be programmed to the car to start the engine. You'll be able to get into the car and have it towed to the Chevy Dealer for programing with the new keys. The 10 minute "relearn procedure" will not work in your situation either. HTH. -Jim

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74,235

If you are trying to steal a car you won't get any advice here.

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It's my car, i work for a living, and if i was trying to steal a car i wouldn't be advertising it across the internet! I'd go ask somebody whoes online name is full of regrets! And thank you to Js08016 for the constructive feedback! I appreciate it!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.
69,315

You're welcome. Glad to help. Thank you for the best answer click! -Jim

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