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Ignition switch locks when remplaced the Stop Light & Horn fuse

I have a 1995 Honda Accord, I went to the I&M and didn't passed due to burned fuse (stop light/Horn fuse) when I remplaced my key will lock and won't came out unless I remove the fuse. The car starts and turns and if fuse is removed the horn and the stop lights don't work. My temp resolution is to place and remove the fuse every time i get in and out of the car  . . .lol

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  • posadajc Jan 09, 2009

    I think you are very close to the solution, but since you mentioned about the shifter . . .
    a few months ago the shifter got locked, I tred everything to get it fix ( the key to released the lock in the center console) but it will lock over again, what i did is i used brute force to unlocked, i mean i pulled the shifter utill it give up, can this be the main problem ?
    In regards with the fuse . . .
    When i remove the fuse key goes in and out easy, but the break lights and horn won't work
    every time i put it on, the key goes in and works but then it locks the key and i have to remove the fuse in order to get the key out


  • posadajc Jan 15, 2009

    got it thank ya very much

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Sounds like wiring. The key won't release unless the car is in park. From what I can remember the solenoid that controls the shifter lock is on the same circuit as the horn. Since the fuse was spent I think somthing must be shorting out. Take the centre console out and check for burn and or touching wires by the shifter.

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If you used brute force to get the car in gear, you probably broke the plastic pieces that make up the lock/park sensor mechanism. when you open up the console there will probably be several peices of broken plastic on the right side of the sifter connected to the solenoid. The original problem was the fuse which locked the shift lock, but when you forced it, it broke the plastic and now it can't sense that it is in park. Long and short of it, you need to replace the plastic peices you broke in the console by the shifter (where you insert the key to release the shift lock).

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