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Jul 24, 7:30pm - #231197 
HELP!

I Have a 2001 Celica GT Auto. and the key has gotten stuck in the ignition. It won't even turn fully off, it stays with the radio on. Does anyone have any Ideas.

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Jul 24, 7:39pm - #231198 
rofl Sorry but this is just funny

Is the car in Park?
Try moving the steering wheel left and right while trying to take the key out, make sure you are pushing the key in and give it a little pressure while trying to twist it out.

Other than that I dunno grin

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Jul 24, 7:41pm - #231199 
In the meantime, disconnect your battery terminal so your battery doesnt die if it has been sitting on for a long time spineyes

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Jul 24, 7:43pm - #231200 
keep playing with the steering wheel and trying to turn the ignition off. if it doesnt work, start it up then try turning it off.


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Jul 24, 7:43pm - #231201 
^^ Yeah, what he said happywink


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Jul 24, 7:47pm - #231202 
Wow!...did you get the key out yet?... grin

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Jul 24, 7:56pm - #231203 
NOPE, but thanks for the ideas.

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Jul 24, 7:59pm - #231204 
try pushing the key in and then turn it off.


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Jul 24, 8:09pm - #231205 
hahahahah


sorry man...

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Jul 24, 8:22pm - #231206 
damn that suck you better disconect the battery
also not in subject but Live42day that is a tite ass signature thumbsupim jelaous i want lambo doors cry

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Jul 24, 8:21pm - #231207 
Originally Posted by Live42day
^^ Yeah, what he said happywink


Dude!...changing the subject...Nice lambo doors dude really nice in yellow too...Nice touch!... thumbsup

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Jul 24, 8:31pm - #231208 
Try pushing the brake and jiggling the keys. Sometimes everything needs to be lined up right: tranny, wheel, brake, etc. It happens. Then again, i've turned my car off with the transmission in drive. thumbsdown


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Jul 24, 8:37pm - #231209 
drive it to toyota

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Jul 24, 9:10pm - #231210 
Originally Posted by oas
drive it to toyota


Yea take it to Toyota dealer!... grin

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Jul 24, 11:09pm - #231211 
Go get some Vaseline or some KY and lube it up! I do this when I get my "key" stuck in the "ignition". happywink

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Jul 25, 12:18pm - #231212 
^^^
off topic - happywink

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Jul 25, 12:43pm - #231213 
Originally Posted by Sultan
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off topic - happywink


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Jul 30, 8:45am - #231214 
Originally Posted by Rocketman
Go get some Vaseline or some KY and lube it up! I do this when I get my "key" stuck in the "ignition". happywink
Thanks R. Kelly

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Jul 30, 8:59am - #231215 
disconnect the battery, and call a locksmith...dealer will charge you insane amounts of cash...a locksmith will fix it, and charge you $20.00

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