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Make sure that car is in the "park" position when you try to remove key. Press brake when moving from gear to the park position and make sure that even if the park is selected - that the car is actually in park. There should also be a bypass switch that is located somewhere close to your gear selector (check manual). Long term fix - take it either to dealer or mechanic.
dose your car have a key removal lock ? a lock you have to press befor you can remove the key ?
there is a shift over ride by your shifter. between/around the shifter and the radio (closer to the sifter) there is a small round plastic cover you can remove with a small flat head screw driver. remove this. you will a key or the screw driver and insert it into, what looks like a key hole for your car and turn/press (sorry for being vauge GMC's change year to year) this should allow you to move the shifter into park. make sure the car is off or at lest you have the E-brake on as well as your peddle brakes.
Make sure the car is completely in park. I have had to wiggle the steering wheel to make sure it engages in the locked position before it will let me remove the key. For some reason, the ignition doesn't recognize the vehicle is in park.