Hey Meyou==TAke it to the body shop. They have to do it a lot when the cars are wrecked. There is about no way to prevent this. GoodluckJoe
There is an access cover just under the ignition cylinder. Remove this to remove the stuck key.
Dead cell in battery, a light is on somewhere on the vehicle, or a relay is stuck.
To fix a trunk latch that is stuck open, the teeth on the lock may have to be adjusted so the trunk will close. It is also possible that the cable for the trunk latch is broken. To fix the gas cap door latch may require a little bending and adjusting with a pair of pliers.
To fix a hood latch on a 2003 VW Jetta that is stuck shut, the car should be put up on a hoist. A long pole will be needed to then trip the hood latch. Then the cable can be repaired and the car lowered.
Remove the float from the Regal. inspect the float for leaks, then check the spring and needle valve as it could be stuck. If all parts are ok then the parts need cleaning as they are sticking.
Jam a screwdriver in horizontally at the latch until it wont go in anymore, then lift up the screwdriver and push it down while lifting up on the armrest. These armrests are junk, and it will break of completely. My advice: empty your belongings out of it and leave the stuck latch stuck with the arm rest permanently closed.
Unscrew the latch. or put oil on the hinges for the latch to move and see if you can move it.
A stuck parking brake could be caused by several things. The brake cable that operates that brake could be stuck, or the mechanism could be stuck at the wheel. The wheel will need to be removed and the cable and emergency brake arms will have to be checked.
You can get your 1994 Chevy S 10 pickup truck hood latch unstuck by spraying a lubricant on the latching mechanism. You can also remove the hood latch retaining bolts to bypass the stock release cable.
the hood latch is not releasing this could be due to a stuck/broken hood latch or something wrong with the release mechanism (broken/stuck cable, handle came off of cable, etc...) use screwdriver(s) through your grille to pull the lever that would be pulled from the cable. best thing to do is get a new hood latch from local parts store and look at it to figure out how it works so you know just what to press/pull/activate on the car -R. Mesyef
Stuck/faulty fuel pump relay or possibly a faulty ECM.
Not entirely certain about this one but on most cars you can look up from under the front bumper and if you can see the hood latch you should be able to use a screwdriver or a pliers to trip the latch.