Key Will Not Turn in Ignition?

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Having a key that will not turn in the ignition can be both frustrating and take time to deal with. There are a few things you can try to get your car started. First try applying pressure to the key while turning the steering wheel back and forth to see if it will allow the key to turn. Clean and lubricate the key cylinder in case dirt and grime have built up and made it impact the key turning in the ignition. Look at the key itself to make sure it is not bent or crooked.
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1. Engage the parking brake in your vehicle. This will make sure that the wheels are not active or moving, thus preventing you from turning the key. 2. Turn the steering wheel in
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Make sure that the shift lever is fully in park. Make sure it is the right key. Key or ignition barrel may be worn out. Try pushing the shift lever up and turn the key. For a floor
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There is no single way how to remove an ignition key cylinder. Your technique is going to vary with the type of vehicle you are working on. Ford vehicles are the easiest to work on.
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It can be frustrating when you sit down in the drivers seat of your car, place your key into the ignition, and it will not turn. The first thing you want to check is your ignition
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