key stuck in acc position and will not come out

Asked by Oct 15, 2016 at 01:02 AM about the 2003 Mazda MPV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

key stuck in acc position and will not go all the way back to lock.  cannot
remove key.  meantime eats up batteries so it goes dead overnight.

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I would go one line there is a bunch of you tube videos and sites thst may help you remove your key.

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Is your car truley in park if it a automatic

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Disconnect the battery and get the key out.

Just stumbled across the same problem and looked online for some answers. Many suggested removing a fuse. I accidentally removed the fuse for the hazard lights and wouldn’t you know it, the key came out . Rarely use the hazard lights so not a big issue and easy to pop the fuse back in if I do need them.

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