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I have lost the keys to my 1992 Cutlass Supreme S 3.1L. Been searching for days and I think I dropped them outside and someone has picked them up. My dealer said it was "too old" to cut a key by VIN. I can get AC Delco replacement lock cylinders with keys for reasonable prices for Ignition/doors/trunk from Rockauto ($60), the local chain stores($75ish), etc. My problem comes with all of the instruction sets I find indicate that you have to have the key and rotate it to the ACCY position then remove the retaining screw, of course after steering wheel, turn signal switch, etc., point being the need for the key to start with. No Key=No Rotation... Local locksmith wants $400 to make keys and indicates removing the steering column, door handles/locks etc. AAA locksmith wants $350 from me, after AAA subsidy for the same job. Any suggestions on how to get the old lock cylinder out without a key ***OR*** where to get old key codes by VIN? Thanks, Stephen
Hey guys I bought a set of LED headlights for my mom's '07 LaCross and they worked out very nice as far as lighting performance. I was riding around with her today while she was out for a visit, and I could hear that Dinging going on for the check gauges that cars do, and she said it was telling her that a headlight is out even though I replaced them both with the LED's. The only thing I can think of without checking the codes is that the system isn't reading the draw right since the LED's run 30watts a piece vs 50ish for halogens. I am planning on taking my code reader out to her place an see what it says but figured I would drop this here for any thoughts.