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If you have the original broken key try putting a mini drop of super glue on broken tip of key ( use a pin or needle to make mini drop) no wider then the width of key excess glue could make key stick in lock, reinstall key if all goes well after 2-3 minutes key will pullout broken piece with it when you remove it . Additionally lock mechanism is in the steering column Not easily accessible .
double posted, now , double answered.
Remove the switch , by following (old post) the FSM under steering
for Ignition switch removal.
this act , unlocks the lock.
one other way, is to destroy the cylinder, (ask a thief) and turn the guts
until it unlocks,
This sounds like the contact arm inside the ignition is stuck, try spraying the cylinder lock with a small amount of wd40 and then work the key in and out of the lock, if that doesnt work then remove the lock and check for broken contact, heres a picture to help you understand the way it operates, good day.
can you use the other half to turn the ignition to on?
if you can turn the lock then do these steps
you will need to remove the cover
Turn key to accessory (position I)
Use a thin bladed screwdriver to depress the retainer.
Remove the ignition lock cylinder.
no it sounds like the ignition clinder is broken or worn down inside either that or maybe the key itself. get a new key made (local hardware store) and try that one if that doesnt work im afraid that you may need a new key and tumbler