put ignition key into driver's door to unlock postion.
Its a safety feature. Put your key in the ignition, push your turn signal lever down, turn the ignition. the car should start..of course remember to turn off your turn signal :-)
bulb or turn signal fuse/relay
turn wheel and key in the ignition at same time.
make sure the steering wheel isn't locked
Bad ignition switch or wrong key.Just replace with new switch about $10.00 NAPA
Turn the AC or the Defroster off.
check the battery and connections/cables
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?
Are you using an original key, or a replacement that has the proper security computer chip located in the fat plastic part of the key? If not, the car's security system will keep the ignition locked and will not allow you to turn the ignition switch. ALSO: some earlier models of Focus had ignition switches that were a problem. If you ARE using the correct key and can't turn the switch to start the car anymore, the ignition switch may have to be replaced.
The horn for the 1990 Mazda Protege is located near the right turn signal at the front of the car. To the left of the radiator when your looking at the engine with the hood up.
If she is not strong enough to turn an ignition key she is not strong or fit enough to drive a car anymore. Get her to take a taxi paid for by the sale of the car and the reduction of outgoings related to it.