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The key wont come out after i turn off the car

After i turn off my car the key wont come out..after i disconnect the battery then it comes out what can cause this.... 93 camry V6 ok then another problem i have an ethos with the connector for obd1 but it does not get power from the car when i connect it please help me out im a student i want to learn how to do this can you help me?

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This is most commonly caused by the interlock mechanism between the shifter and the ign key cylinder, this system prevents the key from being removed until the car is in park, when it screws up you can not remove the key.

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