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Ignition key will not turn when you insert into key slot to start. Not even for accessory mode

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May need to replace...but first try spraying a little PB Blaster on key and into key slot to lubricate...other solutions may damage...but PB Blaster will make cleaner connections and movement...Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 10, 2013

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    PB Blaster is a penetrating lubricant available at most auto parts stores...AND Walmart automotive...Once you use it, you will keep some around. About $4.50 per can...Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Ignition key won't turn to start; will turn to accessory

Pressure on the side of the tires from the curb caused the steering wheel lock to not release. Wrestling the steering wheel got the tension off the wheel and allowed the key to turn. Problem solved

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SOURCE: 1999 Toyota Camary, steering wheel locked

It happened to me. It is a common problem in older Camrys and Hondas. The cars are so reliable that the key gets worn down after all these years. Get a the dealership to order a new key in. The can use the cars ID number. The old key can't disengage the steering wheel locking mechanism in order to start the car.

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need to check the engine timing and to make sure you have the right octune of fuel in your car.

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SOURCE: IGNITION JAMMED IN ACCESSORY MODE

Sounds like your GMC has some Binding of the rod that goes from and or/Key lock assembly to the actual switch ... I would take the trim off the column and/or drop it and check for obstuctions ... If this vehicle has a lot of dust it could be the lock assembly itself (it most likely is, because you said it was sudden, if it was the rod I suspect someone would have had to fiddle around that area first), you may try to flush it out with compressed air

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SOURCE: 2000 Saturn- ignition key will not turn at all

Insert key grab screwdriver tap the end of the key a few times with the blunt end of the screwdriver. Don't crush it just tap it. There are spring tumblers that are not going back to there home. I had the same problem and this worked for me. Also check the key against any other keys you might have it's possible the key is worn.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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