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Ignition will not turn on

I have had my 2006 Saturn VUE for 2 years. I have noticed it has been gradually getting more difficult to turn the key in the ignition. Initially I would wiggle it, turn the steering wheel a bit or bump the shift up a bit and it worked like a charm. The past 3 months however I am having tremendous difficulty starting the car. AT times it takes around 10 minutes wrestling with it before it will start. I literally get cramps in my hands trying to start this thing. Please help. Thank you

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Take your car to the dealer and get a new key cut off your vin # your key is probably a many times duplicated key and, is no longer any good

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