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Wont go into gear or ignition wont turn.

My key will not turn or come out of ignition,it feels lik its locked.also my column shifter wil not move

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  • imaloaderman Apr 25, 2010

    yea tried wiggling wheel,didn't work. maybe switch just broke? i just pulled in put it in park, and turned it off,and that was it.now key is stuck??

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Did you try wigglin the wheel to get your key out sounds like you need a new ignition switch.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

  • stepmckirgan Apr 25, 2010

    check linkage on tranny see if it's all the way over in oht park position

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