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Key won't come out of ignition (1198 Isuzu Rodeo). I checked the cable going to the ignition and it seems to be fine. Is there something else I can do/check?

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I think the key and/or the lock mechanism is worn and the tumblers no longer line up to allow the key to come out. I think you only option is to replace the lock or have a locksmith do it. The possible reason for this is that the key and lock has been worn by an excessively heavy bunch of keys.

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Check your Fuel Lines and your Fuel Pump. (I just fixed a problem with my 2001 Isuzu Rodeo Fuel Return Line).

Also remember that in Rodeos, as soon as you turn your car key to turn the ignition on (just to make the dashboard lights go on) a certain amount of gasoline gets pumped to your engine in preparation of you turning the key all the way to crank the ignition and start the car. In other words, even before you turn the key all the way to crank the ignition, the Fuel Pump will pump some gasoline through the Fuel Lines to your engine (it will pump the gasoline for about 4 seconds then stop). So when you go to start your Rodeo, remember to turn the key with one continuos motion so that you start the ignition cranking while the gasoline is being actively pumped.

In addition, you should never turn the ignition lights on without turning the key all the way to start the engine. Doing so could cause that bit of gasoline that was pumped to start the engine to just sit there and create problems.

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