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Key will not get into the groove to turn to the start position

I must giggle the key back and forth until the key gets in the "groove" to start. As long as the key is not taken out it is fine and will turn over.

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  • bcoombs Dec 18, 2008

    Every key does the same thing. maybe need to change ignition.

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The key is worn from use . Try another key or if you have not one,Try taking the key to a lock shop and have then add a piece of paper to compensate for the wear, when cutting  another key  or see if somehow their is a code for them to use to make an exact new key..

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