I CAN'T GET THE KEY OUT OF THE IGNITION

Asked by Mar 26, 2007 at 04:06 PM about the Pontiac Sunfire

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

WHEN I TRY TO CUT THE CAR OFF THE KEY GETS SUCK IN THE IGNITION

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Hi scorpion. This sounds like a security system problem . You should probably take a cup of coffee to the service manager of your local dealership some morning and see if he'll take a look. Maybe there's an easy fix. Good luck!

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No no! There is a little round cap on the bottom right of your steering column. Pop it out and push a straw onto the hole, turn the key back and presto! your key will come out.

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