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If you put a new ignition switch in it is possible that the pins in the barrel are sticking and are not moving as they should.. take the key out and put powered graphite in the key hole and move the key in and out a few times and that lubricates the pins.. If it still will not turn then best check that the key is correct for the barrel .
Neutral Safety Switch ? located at the bottom of the steering column. Mine is tricky, have to pull the shift lever while turning over to get it started. happened after i replaced ignition switch & Neutral Safety Switch
sounds like you have a frozen lock cylinder. you can try spraying some wd-40 or lube into the key slot and tapping on the ignition and it might free up temporarily but you will most likely have to replace the lock cylinder
You left the key too long in the ignition switch. This sent an alert as if it were being stolen. Remove the key from ignition. Lock all doors. Wait about an hour or so. When you open the doors, put your foot down on the gas pedal and release. Put the key into the ignition and turn the car on. Make sure you have the shift in "Park" position.