Question about Saturn SL2
There are pins in the ignition switch that can stick. With your battery disconnected, spray some lube in there if you can get the key out. Spray some lubricant in there. Let it sit for a couple minutes, spray again and try to work the key around. Let it dry for 20 minutes before re-connecting the battery.
If it just will not loosen up, I would change the ignition switch.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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