Call a locksmith. They have the tools necessary to take the lock apart and pop the key out. Or at least they have the tools to pull the key out - perhaps without taking anything apart.
You broke it.
You must replace the ignition switch if you cannot get the key out.
Drill it. Or call a locksmith and have them do it. They may be able to pull the broken key out.
The key to my ignition broke off in the ignition. Luckily, I was able to insert the remainder of the key in the ignition and turn on my car. In order to fix the problem, I had to take my car to the dealer and I am pretty sure they removed it and installed a new ignition "key hole" keyed to my car. It is a 1990, and I believe the problem happened approx 1993?
A locksmith may be able to remove the broke key and make a new one. Or just replace the ignition.
If the key is broken off in the ignition of the 96 Crown Victoria it will have to be picked out. If the key is out and broken, a locksmith can use the broken pieces to make a new key or rekey the ignition.
Is this in a Ford? LOL have to take column apart and replace the ignition tumbler assy
I propose getting a new key. If you broke it off in the ignition, well, your best chance is to take it to a lock smith or the dealer. Maybe if you take the broken key to the dealer, they can give you a new one. I am not sure on this though.
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?!?
How can I take out the key from the ignition key in a BMW 325i 2001. I can turn on the engine but the key doesn't come out when I turn off.
Do you have the original ignition key?? Tape the old ignition key to the cowling around the ignition, then put new key in the ignition and see if it will run. The reason for this is there is a transponder chip in the old key that needs to be picked up by the rim module around the ignition barrel. If it works, take keys apart and swap transponder chip . Hope this helps
take the key out of the ignition switch.
I hope the key is not broke inside of the ignition. If it is you will need more than a key replacement. But to have your key replaced all you need to do is find a local hardware store. Even with just the broke key they can do a replacement.
It's broke you idiot!
You will need to remove the retaining ring at the top of your 2003 Kia ignition cylinder. The ignition cylinder will slide out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition cylinder.
I usually take the key out, turn it, and put it back in ignition to start
I broke my key in the ignition and cant get it out. My only option I can see, is to replace to tumbler. How do I remove it?
Gum maybe?? or tweaser??
It's been a while, but I believe the trim ring on the dash around the key cylinder unscrews and the ignition comes out the back There should be a small hole in the face, insert key and turn ignition to "on" position, insert a wire (paper clip) into small hole and pull on key, the lockset should pull out, this will allow you to remove the trim ring around the key cylinder.
If you have broke your ignition switch or lost the key disconnect the ignition barrel from the white connector plug then pull off the the key hole then with a knife peel back the casing around the wires to bear metal and wrap them together and attach the ignition back and it should be like turning the key.
If you have the know-how and know what will be required,just take them apart and swap the waffers to the new one. If not, a locksmith can do it for you.
I believe it happens when the steering wheel is turned either to the left or the right. My girlfriend didn't have my steering wheel lined up straight and broke the key in my ignition!
i broke the key off in the ignition. got it out and got a new key. now when i try to hook up battery it trys to start even with the run switch off.
call a locksmith you probably damaged the ignition switch and it need to be replaced.ask him if he can fit the new switch to the same key as the original.