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Ignition switch 1991 sl2

I have a 1991 SL2 with 251,000 miles. The car has never stranded me except for today. I had to take my wife to the airport and the key is stuck in the accessory position. The key will n ot come out or turn. Any help with fixing the problem woujld be appreciate.

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Work your steering wheel while attempting to pull it out, you might try some WD 40 if you can get it to go back far enough, Another thing that might work is to take a pair of channel locks and add some pull to it while attempting to remove it. Unfortunately, the module will have to be replaced any way, but if you can get it freed, the WD 40 might put you back in business.

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