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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you ignition locked up, take some wd-40 and spray it into the ignition hole, let it sit for 2 mins and do it again, then immediatly stick the key in and start working the ignition back and foirth.....
this will free up what ever is locked up....
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
Remove the cylinder bench test to see if it turns un obstructed, if so check orientation of cam on cylinder and also check if ignition switch will allow you to turn using screwdriver Do not operate car using screw driver steering can and will lock up on you.
also try a different key. While you bench test cylinder you can clean and lube it using lube sold specifically for locks do not use just any oil it will trap dirt
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: ignition key / lock steering
Try spraying WD 40 into the ignition as possible. Let sit a second.. Then try working the key. It should come out. Then work the key in and out and turn on and off; a few minutes. This is to loosen the ignition up. I had the same problem, once with my car key. The key came right out.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
I have the same problem. I put some graphite down the key hole and pushed it around in there and it loosened it up a bit to the point I could turn the ignition. If you have a replacement key, start using that. It should help as well.Teeth on old key may be wearing down. Lastly, I keep a screwdriver in the car to whack against key when it's in the ignition if it's stuck. A few taps on the key will always unlock the ignition.
Or, go but a new ignition and key set....
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
We would suggest that you look at the wiring connector under the bed, that feeds the taillamps.
You will probably find a coroded wire in the connector. If the 3rd brake lamp works, all of the fuses and switches are good.
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
Testimonial: "All connectors were fine. It ended up being that both brake light blubs blew at the same time. Thanks"
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