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Key is stuck in ignition and wont release. 1999 Honda Accord. Key stuck in accessory mode.

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If your car is auto, there should be a cable going from the shifter to the ignition to stop you being able to remove the key unless the car is in park. If the cable has become dislodged or broken your key won't come out. I would remove the shrouds around the column and have a look at the back of the ignition while moving the ahifter in and out of park. If your car is manual , I would suspect a bent key or a contaminated lock ( not common in a car this age ) Try Graphite powder, ( messy but effective ) it should be avaliable from your hardware store. Good Luck!

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I have a 1999 honda accord. The problem that the key does not tturn - it's stuck and the shifter will not move. what is the solution.

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