My Bonneville was broken into!!
I was working on my bonneville last saturday afternoon, and left it parked outside overnight (which is a rarity). The next morning I was going to get breakfast for my family in my wifes car. I saw something that looked liked mine in the alley behind my neighbors garage, I stopped and it was mine. My stomach dropped when I saw my front pass door cracked open. I swear I locked it, I always do. After a quick survey I found they got away with my digital camera and radar detector. I came to grips with the fact I left the doors unlocked and it was a random crime. On wedesday I was cleaning it out, the first time I had been in the car since then. I found a key in the pass rear floor board. Again my stomach dropped. This key does EVERYTHING. When I bought the car I only had one key and fob, I had a fob made and a key cut for my wife. The found key matches mine exactly (Placement and size of the PK3), its very different than my wifes. How did somebody get an original key to my car? How did somebody know that key fit my car? It looks nothing like it did when I bought it. My question is, Can I have the car re-coded? Keys, fobs, all of it at a decent cost? Is there a way to tell how many keys and fobs are coded to my car?
And I didnt get breakfast that morning!
Originally Posted by 95SLE
Back in the day Pontiacs ruled and the men that drove them had gonads the size of a softball.