Question about 2005 Chevrolet Aveo
Common problem on these and Saturns as well. While car is off, try turning key back to on position while pressing down the brake pedal then shift the shift lever into gear and then back to park....see if that helps. Another thing to do is to apply the emergency brake when you park then remove the key. Lastly, in the box that contains your shift lever is a cable that runs down to your brake pedal, also here you will find a solenoid, sometimes if these solenoids start to go it will make it difficult to remove the key as well. Ocassionally twisting on the cable(i mean tightening the cable to take up any slack) that runs from brake pedal back to shifter will resolve this as well.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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