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The steering wheel was turned when the key was removed. So when you try to turn on the key, turn the wheel one way and the other way to release the pressure on the key. The key should turn ok.
Hope this helps.
Not sure what the problem here is. The codes are for the security system - - the key is not sending a signal or the right signal for the car to start. Could be a problem with the lock cylinder which may have a sensor for the key inside it.
several things, does key go in and out easily, turn steering wheel in both directions while turning key. sometimes the steering wheel lock binds the lock cylinder and turning wheel releases the pressure and it will turn. other than that the ignition cylinder is jammed, wet key lightly with lubricant such as wd-40 and a light bit in key hole and try key again, If key is heavily worn out , try a different ignition key as it might not be disengaging all the tumblers in lock, if all this fails you need a new cylinder.
If the wrong key was inserted it may have bent a tumbler pin,maybe try some wd-40 or similar and work it with the right key,might drop the tumbler back,,if not the whole ign. cylinder will have to be changed
You need at least 10.5 volts in the electrical system for the ignition keys to release from the switch. Be careful that you don't damage the ignition switch, or your going to have to replace it if the passlock system is damaged. Good luck and boost the battery to get the keys out of the switch.
Sounds like the tumblers were messed up. The key shouldn't come out while the ignition is on. If I am right, this has one of those very expensive "Chip" keys? Buying a new key could be more expensive then a lock cylinder. It will probably be cheaper to keep those keys then buy new ones on top of whatever it takes to repair the damage to the lock. You may be better off calling a "Locksmith". Even a new lock cylinder will have to be coded to something. You should be able to find a locksmith that will make a service call.
Let me know how that goes?