Try turning the sterring wheel just a little while trying to turn the key. Also you might try pulling up on the gear shift lever if this is a column shifter while trying to turn the key. Hope this works.
Well, it sounds like the chip that is in your key may have broke or got stuck on a part of the ignition. I had that problem. This happened not long after I had had to have the ignition replaced?!?
Key is stuck in ingnition
i have that problem to it has something to do with the gear shift censor
how to remove key stuck in ignition switch in Chevy colbalt
Check my answer for 1985 380se with the same problem. Steven
could be your ignition
I had this problem and it turned out to be a dirty park switch located in the console shift (automatic), that releases the ignition in park. The mech cleaned it and the problem never returned.
The relay could be stuck.
There is an access cover just under the ignition cylinder. Remove this to remove the stuck key.
i have no clue i have the same problem with my Mazda 1999 626
I had this problem, the stick-shift was not fully in the 'park' position try and jiggle the stick.
I had the same problem my car said it was in the off position but the key looked like it was a little too the right, but if you look down at where your gas pedal is, there should be a cable to the right jiggle that up and down and your key should turn all the way to the left and you can take it out. Hope this saves you frustration and money
The cooling fan temperture relay is stuck closed. Replace the replay.
Stuck ignition switch.
There should be a lock on the ignition a push button that you push and turn to remove the key
Check your brakes and rotors
Thermostat stuck open. Replace! A low coolant level will also cause this problem. The blend door could be stuck also.
Turn the ignition off.
You could have a gallbladder problem or it is just gas bubbles stuck in your system.
When the dome light stays on in an slk320 one of several things could be causing it. A door switch could be bad, the manual light switch could be stuck, or the light relay could be stuck. Any of these could cause the problem.
it is a problem that you are stuck with for the rest of your life
Change the ignition. Take a pare of pliers, turn it back, then change the ignition.
No, the ignition switch is not located in the tumbler assembly. If the key is stuck try turning the steering wheel each way while at the same time turning the key. If it will not come out then something is wrong with the assembly.
the tumblers have gotten out of sync, you'll probably have to have a new ignition switch put in
Thermostat is stuck open.