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Trouble starting I have to hold my key up while turning to start my car. sometimes have to try several times for it to work.

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Your ignition switch is worn out...is your key really smooth? all the little teeth on the key worn down?

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Is your SECURITY light flashing when this happens? If it is, then you most likely need to replace your ignition tumbler. Otherwise the only advice I have is to scan your engine computer and body control module to see if there are any fault codes.

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