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I am having the same problem right now. However, to get key out of ignition, take out middle console, there you will have to turn car on, press on break, and mess with the shifter. If you do this then your button will be able to be pulled out of ignition. Reason it does that is there's a sensor saying your car is not in park although it is. As soon as your button pops out you should be ok. As for fixing the stuck in park problem, take out battery and spray transmission linkage down with WD-40. If that still doesn't work, check your break sensor.
ignition has bent pins
insert key tap it with malat
once key turns take car to lock smith for repair they can sand the pins once fixed remove some of the keys off your ring do not remove key b4 turning after wacking the thing with malat
failing this call mobile lock smith they are still cheeper than dealer and can fix on sight
new ignition from dealer 200 bucks cost to install it at dealer 200 bucks
locksmith will usually charge 50 - 125 to fix curent ignition 125 would include mobile visit usually
Do you have sufficient power to the vehicle? Do the lights work and radio? If not your battery is low, if yes than your starter solenoid may have failed. Since there is absolutely nothing, I take it you hear no cranking or igniting. correct?
Sounds like the ignition cylinder is jambed, if you remove the covers and put the key in, you might be able to turn it with pliers, just turn it to the accessories position, then there is a small metal clip that pushes in, push it in and pull the lock cylinder out of place, get a new one from the dealer and reverse to install. If it's above you, your dealer can help, usually about an hours labour or so.
Hope that helps, Good luck
Take the steering column cover off and tap/hit the ignition barrel with suitable tool (small hammer)while twisting on key.It may be enough to loosen it so key comes out.You will have to remove steering column cover to swap with replacment barrel anyway .Get someone to turn steering wheel while tapping/hitting barrel as it could be the steering column lock pin thats jamming.good luck.