Is this a replacement key that you had cut somewhere other than a Honda
Dealership? If so, you should be able to grasp the key with a pair of pliers
and turn it to the remove position in the switch.
If not, try moving your steering wheel a little to ease the pressure of the
wheel against the switch.
You may have to torque the steering wheel HARD in one direction or the
other. I use a graphite-based aerosol spray in all five of my locks to
keep them working like new. It's called LockEase, and I think I got it
at a locksmith, or Home Depot (hardware) It's a small blue can, with a
long skinny nozzle and has lasted for about 5 years / six cars :-)
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