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Chrysler 2003 ignition key wont turn

The car is park position. key is out, but i can still turn the steering wheel, which leads me to believe that the malfunction is in the sterring locking system, , and not the cylinder. is this correct. what needs to be done to correct this. thank

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Your key may be overly worn and need replaced, but try jiggling the key and steering wheel at the same time. if that doesnt work try sraying a penetrating oil, like WD40 or PB Blaster, into the lock cylinder. it could also be the gear shift safety switch not disengaging or a faulty ignition switch

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