Question about 2004 Hyundai XG350
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Put key in ignition of
Spray wd-40 near the key and ignition hole. Spray this liquid in bit more quantity.Let it remain there for 10 minutes then try to wiggle the key and turn the key in ignition.If its still not turning out.Again spray wd-40 and see after 10 minutes then again check.If still its not turning out.Move the steering wheel as much as you can,towards left and towards right then try turning the key in ignition to start. Turn the wheel slightly either left or right until the key turns.If the steering wheel is hard to move towards left or right dont force.---------But if nothing is helping then the problem is Ignition cylinder.Its got locked and blocked internally.It has to be replaced.If you want to same key then you will have to get this key programmed by the car dealer .Other wise you will have to buy another keys for this ignition cylinder.-------- In some cases the key sensor in the ignition cylinder gets faulty .removing the key sensor mechanism from the lock cylinder. It is under a small metal cover, under a 2 wire connector on the lock cylinder. The mechanism under the cover looks just like a lock tumbler from a keyed lock and a small spring. The mechanism is supposed to be pushed up by the key and press a small button switch on the connector which tells the car that the key is in the ignition which enables the dinger when you open the door and the key is still in the ignition, however, the darn thing gets stuck and locks up the cylinder solid! If you can turn the key the fix is pretty simple. Remove the cowl, put the key in, turn to accessory, press the little button on the left, pull out the cylinder, pull of the connector, yank out the little metal cover and remove the spring and metal piece. The only caveat is that the bell will not ding when you leave the key in. You COULD tape the little button down and it will always ding if you want to.---------- But if the ignition cylinder is faulty then it has to be replaced.----------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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