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DO YOU HAVE THE BRAKE ON OR IN A BIND POSSIBLY YOUR LINKAGE HAS MOVED OUT OF PLACE AND NEED'S ADJUSTMENT GOOD LUCK
Posted on Jul 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: key stuck in ignition
There a several recalls that deal with this problem, it seems that due to a defective part in the ignition interlock system at times the key not be removed from the ignition, it appears the issue is corrected by installing a new lock cylinder, to read the full text of recalls on this issue go to link listed below.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
I just had this problem as well... thank god I had a handy AAA guy to my rescue, who used a flat head screwdriver in the ignition to get it to turn a bit, which caused the white lock I could see (that holds the key in while driving) to release... and then I could insert the key... Though I notice this is now becoming a reoccuring issue... so I think the ignition needs replacing...
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
take the pannelling off around steering wheel inset a screw driver in key slot brekaway barrel to release steering lock pin then at other end of barrel take out scre and pull on wiring harness to expose a plastic barrel that will allow you to start car with a screw driver ect and you would not have steering lock as pin has been removed
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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