Because it will stop and then car will braked . Engine will be blow up .
Keep the key in the ignition, stupid...
This depends on what kind of car you are using. If you are using a tool-based one, pressing the x key will usually stop the car. If you are using a seat-based car, letting go of the forward key will be sufficient to stop the car.
Usualy refers to a remote start system that allows you to remove the key while keeping the car running for a predetermined amount of time.
Click the button on the remote
A malfunctioning the ignition switch will allow the car to keep running after the key is turned off. You can remove the positive ground cable from the battery to shut the car off.
Disconnect the battery.
Probably a bad key switch.
Turn the key off --OR-- interrupt power to the fuel pump (fuse, relay) --OR-- unplug the ignition coil or module. On some newer cars, simply introducing a large enough vacuum leak will cause them to cease running.
yea to test jump start the car and turn on all electrical stuff light's eta and if the car dies the alternator is dead if car will not start turn then key and listen for a clicking if no clicking nose the starter motor is dead
what type of car do you own thanks
one more click