I had the problem with my 2000 regal 2x. They replaced the ignition, which did not work. I went up north and a friend worked at the gm dealer. He said it was the solenoid in the shifter. He replaced the shifter and guess what, it worked!! AnswerActually, I had this happen to my 94 sable and I was trying to get the key out for a while. Make sure the car is in PARK or the key won't come out.
Make sure it is in park.
stuck closed thermeostat or blown cylinder head gasket.
I would highly recommend calling you dealership. :)
The lock went bad. Call a locksmith and get a replacement installed.
My oldsmobubble's ignition was stuck due to a factory setting of some kind that was starting to malfunction from an electronic short. They said they would have to take apart steering column to fix, etc.$$$$
Your ignition key may be too worn down, the car dealership can probably make you a new one. Another cause may be worn lock cylinder parts (springs, etc.) or there could be dirt/sand in the cylinder.
i have that problem to it has something to do with the gear shift censor
Ignition is required for an engine to work. Failure of ignition would prevent the engine working.
You may have a short in the ignition system.
Replace your transmission pump or get a new transmission.
the steering wheel..
What do you mean? When does this happen. I have a Malibu '02 and the horn will blow if one of my electric lock buttons are stuck up or down. This will cause it to honk if I put the car in park.
Sounds like the starter relay or solenoid is stuck. Check the selenoid - the selenoid might be stuck closed which would cause the starter to turn because the power wouldn't be shut off from the battery. Or it may be the ignition switch is stuck in the start position.
The radio time would stay on if you had the keys in the ignition but the ignition was only turned halfway.
It may be the floats are stuck in the carburators or the chokes may be stuck on.
Check my answer for 1985 380se with the same problem. Steven
the most common cause would be a stuck closed thermostat.
ignition of food or cooking materials
yes once the ignition control module heats up it would cause the vehicle to stall. usually after it cools down the vehicle will restart again.
One thing that could cause this would be a faulty ignition switch, specially if you do not have ignition (cluster) lights. Just a thought...
If the pedal is stuck down, no vacuum to the release diaphragm on the pedal
yes and ignition relay would..
It would help to know what model and year vehicle you have but my guess would be the starter solenoid is stuck on.
Headlights run off the battery not the ignition...