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Is this a 92 Jetta like you describe or a 02 Jetta TDI? If it's a 92 Jetta, I can almost guarantee the ignition switch is bad. Common failure. They're cheap, but require special tools and experience to remove.
The ignition switch is the main electrical switch in your car. When a key is placed inside the ignition and turned, it is supposed to start your vehicle's engine. you may encounter problems with the ignition switch. The process of fixing it is the same for all vehicles. If your Honda has an automatic transmission, make sure it is in park. The key will not turn in the ignition otherwise.
First- make ignition key in operating condition,replace battery.Than try locking & unlocking vehicle.If O.K. try to start engine.If not check main fuse- in engine compartment next to glow plugs fuse. 80 Amps
DEALERSHIP HAS TO FIX IT.ANY TIME YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH ANTI THEFT SECURITY SYSTEM THE DEALERSHIP HAS TO REPLACE AND REPROGRAM CAR.IT COULD BE KEYS WORN BAD OR IGNITION SWITCH AND PCM CANT RECOGNIZE KEY.THE CAR WONT CRANK.