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My igniton key lock my key, i cant remove it, i remove the ignition fuse from the fuse box, then i able to pull my car key. what is the problem and how to solve it again and back to normal, thanks

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SOUND LIKE IGNITION KEY LOCK IS BROKEN.

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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