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Where i put my key in key hole there is a metal strip that stops anybody from stealing bike. i cant release that metal clip and get my key in

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Most ignition switches (and exterior auto door locks) that I've seen have this strip to keep water and crud out.
It's spring loaded, and is suppose to move out of the way when you insert the key.
It might be gummed/rusted up.
Spray some WD-40 (with the spray tube) into the lock area, and try working the key into the lock a few times.
You might have to repeat this a couple of times.

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