stuck in park and ignition also gets stuck

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Asked by Oct 24, 2011 at 06:05 PM about the Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

where is the column you r talking about? and yes my ignition is hard to shut all the way off also
and would you know
aout how much that would cost  or is it easy to do myself?

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I had the same problem(key not going back to lock position) There is a plastic gear in the column that has a small tab on the inside of it.This tab most likely broke off and is getting jammed in the gear.I had to take mine to a steering column shop for the repair.It cost me $150.00 and the problem is solved.If you look right under the ignition on the bottom of the column,you'll see a little cap,remove it and with a small screwdriver or a nail fell around for the release that will bring the key back and lock the steering.Hope this helps.

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