Question about 1995 Toyota Corolla
The key will not turn, it is stuck in locked position, as the steering wheel is as well.
Have you tried taking the pressure off the steering lock by turning the wheel a little? It should move slightly in one direction or the other.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like your ignition lock cylinder has a problem. These can be replaced and keyed to match you present key by a locksmith. Call a locksmith for a estimate.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Sounds like your shifter mechanism is damaged, this is a problem I have been seeing lately with newer products, the shift interlock is not working, and will require a trip to the dealer, or a really good shop. The shifter will need to be disassembled, and there is a chance of deploying the airbag if not done correctly and the shifter is on the column, so please have it checked out by a professional. You can be seriously hurt in an airbag deployment.
It’s a relay between the shifter to the ignition switch went might have out.
Kindly let us know for any future assistance.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
In hope that you have the right key, put him in, try to turn the steering wheel a little bit at the same time you try to unlock the ignition.Sometimes it's possible that you've used your steering wheel as help wile getting out of the car. At this case, maybe the wheel lock snaps in, but the wheels are under pressure from the ground. Now you want to unlock your car at it seams that the key wont turn. The wheels get pressure from the ground, so the whole steering is under pressure and your steering wheel pressed against the locker block. If you try to turn the locked steering wheel, you'll see that it turns appr. 1" to one side. This is the needed space to unlock with the key. I hope that works in your case.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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