Those broken wires are really a critical mistake. However, with a little luck (OK a lot of luck), we can try this:
You need the ring that goes around the key cylinder. If you could hold those wires into their respective places, while holding the key in the ring the computer would the think that the key is in the ignition switch. Then you could turn the switch with the screwdriver and the engine should start (if the PATS system is the cause of the no-start condition).
As you can see the luck part is depending on IF you can get a good enough connection while holding the wires in place.
Other than that, you'll have to repalce the ignition lock cylinder, ring w/wires attached and then reprogram the PATS to accept the key. You can get these parts from a salvage yard. But before that please let me know how this attempt goes. Hopefully I can come up with another solution by then.
Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 AT 2:01 PM