2006 chevy cobalt ss ignition lock assembly

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Asked by Oct 23, 2016 at 09:41 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?

2 Answers

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Nope, that will set off the security system, so either have it towed to a dealer so they can cut and reprogram the system for the new keys, or tow it home until you have the money to get it accessed.

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Thanks for the input, i already knew that was going to be the case but i needed to hear it from somebody else because i seem to have a habit of making irrational decisions when unexpected. unneeded mishaps like this happen and i usually end up regretting them later! But i'm glad i asked cause even though i am a mechanic for a living i have never dealt with security systems or chip keys cause thats not my department obviously! hence the idiotic question! But thanks for the help!

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