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2003 ram radio does not work with key in acc position

Radio does not work key in acc postion

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SOURCE: key lock cylinder won't come out....

cars have a lock position to protect the car from being stolen by theives. When we park the car with the wheels turned to the sides it gets locked in that position and the key can sometimes nbe hard to take out. Try moving the steering wheel in both directions as much as possible while pushing in the key and trying to jiggle it to turn. If you can get it out, the next time , park your car with the wheels facing forward. I hope this works.

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SOURCE: 1991 cavalier 3.1 RS ignition starts in on position radio and wipers on and off ?

sounds like the ignition itself is worn,go get one from a scrap yard and replace it

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SOURCE: afer turning off motor ignition key stops at acc

you need to adjust the brake shift interlock cable other wise known as the bsti solenoid

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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SOURCE: key stuck in ignition halfway to ACC position and will not turn

try wd40 and shaking the key, what happens is one of the tumblers get stuck and wont let the key turn if that dosnt work let me know worst case you will have to replace the ignition its about $35 to $40 and a few hours.

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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SOURCE: vehicle will not shift into park and ignition key

CHECK BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH FUSE OR BRAKE - TRANSMISSION SHIFT INTERLOCK SOLENOID FUSE.IF BOTH FUSES OKAY.THE PROBLEM COULD BE A BAD BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH OR A BAD BRAKE TRANSMISSION SHIFT INTERLOCK SOLENOID.YOUR IGNITION SWITCH IS BROKEN.MAKE SURE YOUR BATTERY IS 12.5 VOLTS.IF NOT YOU CANT SHIFT INTO PARK.

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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My key is stuck in the ignition.


Your car has several different ignition positions. They each offer slightly different functionality.
Off: In this position, the engine is off, and so are your electronic accessories (unless the delay has not expired yet). You can still turn on lights (headlights, interior lights, etc.).
ACC: This is the accessory position. Turn the key to ACC if you want to listen to the radio, play a CD or use other accessories without cranking the engine.
On: In this position, all of the electronics should come on. This is also the position that the key will return to after cranking the engine.
Start: Turn the key to this position to crank the engine. Let go of the key when the engine is running and the key will return to the on position.

http://www.aa1car.com/library/ignition_switch_positions.jpg

I use to own a car that had an ignition that was ACC - OFF - ON - START.

Try turning your ignition one position clockwise and see if the radio turns off and the key comes out.

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Key lock cylinder won't come out....


cars have a lock position to protect the car from being stolen by theives. When we park the car with the wheels turned to the sides it gets locked in that position and the key can sometimes nbe hard to take out. Try moving the steering wheel in both directions as much as possible while pushing in the key and trying to jiggle it to turn. If you can get it out, the next time , park your car with the wheels facing forward. I hope this works.

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