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Sterring column feels like its stripped

When I went to park my van the sterring column gear got stuck so I put it into park and it seemed like I stripped the sterring column. Now the van won't turn on but the power comes without the van turning over. What could be the problem?

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The neutral sensor went out thats why it wouldn't turn on and I accidently broke the sterring coulumn so I went to the junkyard and found the same van and took off that sterring column. Now its on my van and its running better

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