Did you try holding the wheel to the left or to the right and turning the
If that doesn't work, you need to look for damage in the column. Could be
housing, shaft assembly, shear bolts, lock cylinder assembly, ignition
switch assembly, Park Lock Solenoid or an out of adjustment shift control
If the wheels are not not straight, the key can be difficult to turn, look
at the position of the wheels, then turn the steering wheel a little further
in the direction the wheels are turned and turn the ignition key at the same
i have tried all of those things.the tumlers in the key switch came out.i
had to remove the key cylinder and turn the switch with a screwdriver.i
think the switch turned to far letting the steering lock pin drop to
far.i have remove the steering wheel but still cannot get the pin to
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