Alrite, so I just got my first car, a 1995 Olds Aurora. This car was a great buy and I knew most if not all the problems it has before buying it, the owner was really honest. Well when he owned the car he had lost the door key (which locks/unlocks the doors, trunk, and glove box) So all I have is the ignition key and the key fob to auto unlock the doors. Apparently the solenoid in the drivers door doesn't work, so i have to lock and unlock the door manually, so when I lock it by hand, i have to unlock all the doors with the key fob and get in the passenger side and manually unlock my door, which is a pain and one reason to get a key. I tried getting into my car the other day and the doors wouldn't unlock. I don't know whether it's the remote or the car battery. And like I said, i don't have a door key (Damnit). So I don't know what to do, i want to get into my car but I have no way. I think it's the battery but I can't find that out becuase I have to open the hood from the inside. Is there any way to get a key made, I just barely had the car registered and haven't put my ownership papers inside yet so I have those. I heard i could go to a GM dealer and get a key made, but I don't have the original so the lock smith making a duplicate is out of the question. Becuase all I have is the ignition key. I already tried the ignition key on the doors. Is there anything i can do that will take less than a half an hour and how much would it cost to get a key made (not duplicated) i would rather get a key made first and get batterys for the remote later. Would I have to have a locksmith and have him get it unlocked, or can I just get the key made?