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Wuen i turn off the ignition switch and i pull out the key the sound indicates that still you have the key inside of the ignition is still on.how can i get that soun off?

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Mcdevito75 here, The key completes a warning circut in the off position of the ignition switch, this buzzing sound is a relay usually in the fuse box, find the fuse box, leave the key in the switch, listen and locate the buzzing sound and remove the relay from the fuse box, this relay may also be alone just under and around the steering column.

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