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I have a Honda 1998 V6. i just had a gear box change. now i am experiencing ignition key stuck problems that i never had. sometimes my key gets stuck and i simply push the stick to nuetral and park and it comes out.

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I had this same problem and i had a problem in the selector switch on the side of the ****** case under a cover 3 bolts pop the cover off then two bolts pop of the selector switch and just clean the terminals i have a 98 honda accord myself

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There is a recall on 1998-2002 Accords regarding defective ignition key mechanicals. Try jiggling the transmission shifter on park, while trying to extract the key, to make sure the shifter sensor (park) is allowing the key to be retrieved. For what i have read, the recall failure works the other way, it allows the key to be taken out on any gear, engine on or off !!.

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