I lost the ignition key to my 1999 Chevy Lumina. It is a chipped key. This is a used car. The dealer made a key from the vin number which engages the switch but will not turn in the ignition. I have a key made from my original. This key doesn't have a chip in it. Also, this key will not go all the way into the ignition. Why won't the non-chipped key go all the way into the ignition? Is it because it doesn't have the contact "bump" from the chip to allow it to go all the way into the keyhole?
Tuesday, February 15th, 2011 AT 12:02 PM