Question about Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Try squrting some CRC lubricate or WD 40, Sounds like a tumbler in the cylynder has stuck and has the key locked in as it does when the car is running. After squrting just a little bit in the cylynder , not a lot turn key to run and then back to accesery and back till you loosen up the tumblers and your key will come out, once you get the key out check to make shure key is not worn , and clean key then spray key with slicone lubricate and run the key in and out of switch just to lubricate the tumblers and keep them from sticking again.if this dont fix it you will need to replace the key switch and you will need a shop to do it.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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