2004 Ford Escape key ignition won’t turn nor steering wheel

Asked by Jul 18, 2018 at 09:23 PM about the 2004 Ford Escape

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2004 Ford Escape for the second time now I’ve returned home from shopping
put car in park and turned key off took it out as usual, then boyfriend went to
leave and as he stuck the key in ignition to start it, it will not turn, we’ve tried
turning wheel both ways and rattling ignition while trying to turn key and even
tried wd40 in key ignition,also tried tapping ignition with hammer while
someone else turned wheel side to side to try and unlock it and still
absolutely nothing. Anyone have any other cheap ideas to try and help us
save a few hundred bucks or has anyone had this issue before and if so did u
find a solution or are we doomed. Does anyone know what the cause of this
might be,my boyfriend says it’s my fault and I did something but I did nothing
out of the ordinary, could there be another reason or something he might be
doing and not realizing or something I might be doing please let me know
anything helps. Thanks!,

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