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Engine doesn't start, key stuck in ignition

I drove car last time 5 days ago. Tried to stsrt it today and it didn't. Tried to pull out key from ignition and it stuck there.

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Are your wheels turned to either side against a curb where you cant turn the steering wheel? if so you need to force the steering wheel a little further to get the key to release

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The solenoid is a heavy duty relay that is capable of switching the high current requirements of the starter (up to 70 - 100 amps).

If it's clicking its closing. By the way a new starter will come with a new solenoid

I just replaced my starter in my F-150 today for the exact same problem. Cost $100

Hope this helps Good Luck Loringh

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