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KEY STUCK IN 2003 HONDA PILOT

KEY IS BETWEEN LOCK AND ACCESSORY POSITIONS. TRIED: TURNING WHEEL LEFT & RIGHT; DISCONNECTING BATTERY.

KEY WON'T TURN, & CAN'T BE REMOVED.

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  • iw16 Nov 19, 2008

    TRIED SOLUTION. DID NOT WORK.

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Put foot on brake and wiggle gear shift while trying to remove key

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