Ignition Lock Repair / Replacement

ignition lock repair

Do you have a hard time to turn the ignition lock to ON and OFF position?

Are you not able to turn your car ignition lock to ON or OFF positions?

Are you able to get the key out of your ignition cylinder?

The ignition lock of your vehicle is located on the steering column or in the dashboard.

When you turn the ignition lock to ON position, it provides power. This power is in needs for the vehicle’s parts and accessories, such as fuel pump, and ignition systems, and the electrical components of your car, such as computer and immobilizer. Many times, an ignition lock issue is a time consumed task. The weight of a key ring can cause severe damage to your ignition cylinder.

Ignition Lock Repair service is hassle-free when you call LockTech24/7.

Car Ignition Lock Repair, Hassle Free

Ignition lock that going bad is more common than you think. For instance, a heavy key ring in the ignition lock can make major damage to the wafers inside the ignition. An ignition lock that won’t turn, can definitely ruin your day. A broken ignition lock on the road can avoid you to follow your schedule of that day.

There are several reasons why an ignition lock won’t turn, and some of them may quite depend on the model of your car.

Nothing worse than being out to work or shopping with your family in your car. And especially, when you get back to the car, and inserting the key in the ignition lock. Suddenly it hits you, you need a professional ignition lock repair service.

How bad it feels when you turn the key to find the key gets stuck or the ignition switch is jammed.

You may be able to fix it temporarily to get back home, but you better take care of the problem before it happens again.

It is possible to examine the ignition lock to find the problem, you can solve this problem yourself. You can find out it’s a minor issue that can be solved by you with just a matter of time. If it a major issue that can be fixed temporary, so back home and deal with it in your convenience.

Whether you need Chrysler ignition lock repair or Honda ignition lock repair, we can repair them all.,

Please follow these several steps before calling an automotive locksmith or a roadside assistance.

Check if the transmission gear is on “parking” position.

Is the steering wheel locked right now?

Have a look at the key, is it bent?

Check if the key is worn down.

Lubricate the ignition lock with WD-40. Do not hesitate to spray enough until oil is leaking out of the keyway.

If you own any type of GM vehicle, check if the battery is full. If there is no power, jump start your battery.

And if you can’t find the reason for your ignition cylinder problem, please call LockTech24/7. We provide 24/7 ignition lock repair service.

When you are not able to troubleshoot your ignition lock problems, call Locktech24/7 ignition repair service. Our Locksmiths can help!

We offer complete automotive lock and key services, and we are ready to inspect, diagnose, and take care of ignition switch repair or replacement for pretty many vehicles.

Our expert locksmiths specialize in ignition lock problem. Whether we need to repair or replace the ignition lock of your car. Alongside with ignition repair service, we provide automotive lockout services, car key made on-site, and car key programming services.

We’re only one phone call away, please call us, and one of our skilled technicians will be on the way to take care of it for you.

When you have a hard time to turn the ignition lock, or you have to jiggle the key in the process to get the ignition lock to turn ON.

Don’t wait for the car to stop in the middle of nowhere. You don’t want to use a tow service and pay the extra cost, simply call LockTech24/7.

In addition to ignition lock repair service, our locksmiths can also cut and program automotive keys of the following vehicles:

We can make car key of the following cars:

Did You Know?

If you have many keys on your key ring, it can bend or break the wafers and the springs inside the ignition lock. You better take the ignition key off your key ring and use the key solo inside the ignition.

Because the weight of the additional keys causes pressure while driving, it eventually breaks parts inside the ignition lock. Alongside with having the risk of bending or cracking the key in the long run.