VW Audi Skoda Seat are VAG Cars
They have a common fault of the steering lock not being able to release or not being able to turn the ignition barrel on the following models.
You may have been searching all over the net to find a fix, but they all say you have to turn the key into a certain position if any parts on your car are damaged this is not going to work.
Call our steering lock replacement specialist today.
A1 (8X1, 8XF)
|ALHAMBRA (710, 711)||OCTAVIA (1Z3) (1Z5)||BEETLE (5C)|
A3 (8P1) (8P7) (8PA)
|ALTEA (5P1)||SUPERB (3T4) (3T5)||CADDY III|
|ALTEA XL (5P5, 5P8)||YETI (5L)||EOS (1F7, 1F8)|
|LEON (1P1)||GOLF PLUS (5M1, 521)|
|GOLF V (1K1)|
|GOLF VI (5K1) (517) (AJ5)|
|JETTA IV (162, 163)|
|PASSAT B7 (3C)|
|SCIROCCO (137, 138)|
|SHARAN (7N1, 7N2)|
|TOURAN (1T1, 1T2)|
Some of the common symptoms are:
Key stuck in ignition key not turning
Steering lock stuck on
Steering lock stuck off
Thankfully we are able to fix this, we advise on getting new parts rather than what many people do by getting second hand, this is due to the steering lock being a common failing part.
We will replace your steering lock, ignition barrel or both depending on where the fault lies, we offer a 12-month warranty on our parts (terms and conditions apply)
We aim to have a 48-hour turnaround, from your call to getting you back on the road.