Problems with your ignition key or switch?

We take a lot of things for granted in life, including the expectation that our cars will start when we put a key in the ignition and turn it.

Frequently Asked Questions

What could be causing the problem with my ignition switch?

It leaves you feeling annoyed and confused, especially if the problem with starting seemed to come out of nowhere.

Would you recommend replacing or repairing my car's ignition switch?

We understand your frustration and are here to help repair or replace your ignition 24 hours a day.

It also increases the likelihood of causing additional vehicle damage.

It can be baffling when your car started fine the last time you used it, which was possibly only minutes ago, and won't start now.

It's a good indication that a problem exists with the ignition switch when you place a key in the ignition and the car won't start.


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What is the time estimate for fixing my ignition switch?

The only problem is that the battery is fine, yet the car still won't start.

What is more than likely happening is there is some type of problem with the ignition switch that is sending a faulty message to the starting mechanism.

Are you able to replace my car's ignition switch?

You suddenly realize what the true problem is when that doesn't work.

Will the ignition switch give any signs that it might stop working soon?

It would be nice if your ignition gave clues of what was about to happen, but this usually isn't the case.

This usually happens due to a spark coming from the ignition cylinder.

When a certified locksmith technician arrives to your location, he or she will evaluate the situation and decide if it's possible to repair the ignition switch.

After one of our locksmiths meets you at your vehicle, the first step is to evaluate what's going on with your ignition key and switch and determine if there's a possibility of repairing the problem.

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  • Ignition key & switch replacement
  • Key stuck in ignition
  • Objects stuck in ignition switch
  • Objects stuck in ignition switch


The next logical step would be to replace the faulty ignition switch with a new one if a repair doesn't work or is inadvisable.


While we prefer to go the repair route to save you time and money, this isn't always possible.

One thing our certified locksmiths will attempt to do is look to see if the ignition has a defective wire and then replace it.

Unfortunately, it isn't always possible for the locksmiths to know without inspecting your vehicle whether it's possible to repair the ignition or if they will move straight to replacement.

We can't always answer whether it's possible to complete a repair or replacement job because it depends on whether our suppliers have a replacement part available.


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