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We have a Plymouth Grand Voyager SE. Yesterday the ignition key would not turn. We tried 2 different keys with no luck. We have a remoter started and that started the car.

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Try tapping the lock cylinder with the plastic end of a screwdriver and then insert the key and try to start. Try this several times. If the key ends up turning replace the ignition lock cylinder immediately.

The key needs to be in the accessory or run position in order for the retainer button on the lock cylinder to release. If the key will not turn than the retainer button will need to be drilled out to remove the lock cylinder.

This problem is pretty common in 99 and older Chrysler products across the board.

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The ingtion tumlber is bad need to replace it take to ply or dodge dealer or ur mechinic to get fixed

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