Are you having key or ignition problems

Are you having key or ignition problems? There is no worse feeling that going out to your car and not being able to start it. You can usually diagnose simple things yourself. What if it’s not actually a mechanic issue. What if it’s an ignition issue. When you put your key inside your ignition and it simply will not turn, what do you do? How do you know if it is an ignition problem? Could you be having a key problem? A Lenny Locksmith West Palm Beach will go over all these things today.

If you put your key in your ignition and it won’t turn there are a few steps you can take to try and solve the problem yourself. When this happens it can mean several things. Sometimes the issue is not as serious as you might think. The first thing A Lenny Locksmith West Palm Beach recommends is trying to spray some WD-40 into the ignition. Taking your key in and out of the ignition can cause dirt and debris to get lodged inside. It can also cause tiny pieces of your key to grind off inside. Debris inside your ignition can cause the wafers inside to get stuck. Spraying a little amount of WD-40 can help dislodge any debris that may be causing it to stick.

Are you having key or ignition problems

If the WD-40 doesn’t work it may be time to call a car locksmith. A locksmith technician can come out and determine whether you are having an ignition or key problem. Some other common issues that may occur are wear and tear or key programming issues. Entering your key into the ignition can cause the key to wear down. It can even cause the wafers inside the ignition to wear down as well. Although very rare, the issue could also be the programming of your key to the vehicle.

No matter what the issue is you are having A Lenny Locksmith West Palm Beach can diagnose it. Our car locksmith technicians have the skills to find the issue and go over all of your options in resolving. If you are having ignition problems call our office today. We can schedule a time to have a locksmith pro come out and help to get you back on the road. Check out our Google maps and website for great tips and tricks.