Question about 1994 Chevrolet Lumina
Since you posted this on the 13th, my guess is you solved your problem. If not, I will assume that you used the correct key and you didn't force it in up-side down. Unless you have a bad key cylinder (which I doubt), you might try pulling on the steering wheel hard to the left then the right. You also might want to check that your transmission is in Park if an automatic or Reverse if a manual shift.
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