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Is there enough key to grab with a pair of plyers? If so, use plyers to remove the remaining part of the key. Otherwise you'll have to tow your car to a dealership and have them remove the key and/or replace the lock cylinder.
 

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Was it the key itself or the plastic fob? In either case it'll cost about $80-100 to get a replacement key.
 

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Jeff,

Has your key fob been exposed to any sort of solvent? The plastic used in the key fob will become brittle when exposed to acetone based solvents (finger nail polish is an example of one).
 
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