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TUrn the AC off, Then the car will turn off,

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My key is stuck in the ignition.


Your car has several different ignition positions. They each offer slightly different functionality.
Off: In this position, the engine is off, and so are your electronic accessories (unless the delay has not expired yet). You can still turn on lights (headlights, interior lights, etc.).
ACC: This is the accessory position. Turn the key to ACC if you want to listen to the radio, play a CD or use other accessories without cranking the engine.
On: In this position, all of the electronics should come on. This is also the position that the key will return to after cranking the engine.
Start: Turn the key to this position to crank the engine. Let go of the key when the engine is running and the key will return to the on position.

http://www.aa1car.com/library/ignition_switch_positions.jpg

I use to own a car that had an ignition that was ACC - OFF - ON - START.

Try turning your ignition one position clockwise and see if the radio turns off and the key comes out.

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All acc quit at one time no ac power windows radio ans on car runs


You may have a faulty BCM (body control module) it is what turns on all the accessories when you press the switches. I don't know of any other part that could cause all of these systems to stop working. I assume you have checked all the related fuses, both in the car and under the hood.

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Place key in ign. And turns with no clicks btw off acc and start. When you turn off, goes past off to acc no clicks


Hello Ron, If your car does not crank when you turn the key, it sounds as if you have problems with the ignition switch . Or the actuating rod is disconnected.

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MY CAR TURNS ON WHILE IGNITION SWITCH IS ON ACC


Defective ignition switch, Will have to be replaced,

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Maintanene lights stays on. How do I reset?


Turn car OFF.
Press and keep holding down the reset button, turn the key from OFF to ACC but don't start the car. Keep holding the button down until the maintenance light turns off. The light should turn off about 10 seconds.

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make sure you are pushing in on the key while turning it to the off position

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