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if the wheels are turned you can try to remove the pressure on the steering wheel by turning the steering wheel just a little and then try turning the the key.sometimes when there is too much pressure against the steering the key won`t turn,if this is the problem.you also can try to use another key as if the one your using is worn enough it may not turn and another one will.if neither of these suggestions will work then you may have to replace the ignition key switch and keys.
does the engine rev up but the car goes no where thats your transmission have the fluid changed if its dirty more info would help me help you more be more detail on what cars doing does it just die sometimes
I have a 97 buick skylark with 3.1 engine, car turns over but wont start, replaced crankshaft sensor, coil module pack and checked fuel pump, but still won't fire, no spark at plugs, has anyone went through this problem and what is the cure