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Key not come out easely we have to pull it with power

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Wiggle the steering while you try pull out the key as the steering lock often pinches the key mechanism. If that does not help, the key and lock mechanism could be worn (often from too heavy a bunch of keys in the lock) and the lock will have to be replaced before it stops working completely.

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