Automotive Locksmithing 4
Introduction to Automotive Locksmithing 4 - GM Ten-Cut Locks -- (1Hr. 50 Min.)
THIS COURSE IN NOT A BEGINNING COURSE -- Auto 4, is a continuation of our automotive locksmith training presented in our Auto 1, Auto 2, and Auto 3 courses. It is assumed that viewers of this course have already learned the skills presented in the two earlier courses. One job will pay for the course.
This course will focus on the 10 cut locks which were used by General Motors on the Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac. There are still millions of cars in use that have these locks. Most of these cars do not require a programmer. Most of them either do not require programming or have on-board programming.
This course is divided in 12 parts:
- Part 1 Tools and Resources
- Part 2 GM Platforms
- Part 3 GM Lock Systems
- Part 4 GM 10 Cut Locks
- Part 5 MRD / Passlock 1
- Part 6 Making A Key For A 2004 Chevy Tahoe
- Part 7 Making A Key For 2002 Chevrolet Trail Blazer
- Part 8 Making A Key For 2006 Cadillac CTS
- Part 9 Making A Key For 2007 Cadillac DTS
- Part 10 On-Board Programming
- Part 11 Making A Key For Buick Lacrosse
- Part 12 Review and Practice
After completing this course you should be able to:
- 1. Make a list of tools and resources used in making keys for GM 10 cut locks.
- 2. Describe GM platforms.
- 3. Explain GM lock systems.
- 4. Give the characteristics of GM 10 cut locks.
- 5. Describe the steps in making a key for a GM 10 cut lock.
- 6. Describe problems that might be encountered in making a key for a GM 10 cut lock.
- 7. Explain the value of a fill program in making a key for a GM 10 cut lock.
- 8. Explain the value of a code program in making a key for a GM 10 cut lock.
- 9. List the major suppliers of GM 10 cut locks.
- 10. Explain on-board programming for GM vehicles.
- 11. Explain the differences in cutting a #75 and #93 profile key.