Unable to get key out of ignition. Subaru Outback 2016

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Asked by Jul 04, 2018 at 01:20 AM about the 2016 Subaru Outback 2.5i

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I can’t get my key out of the ignition unless I move the
wheel back and forth like someone mentioned in a quick
internet search. Don’t know what is going on. I just had
my bumper repaired due to someone hitting me. I’m
worried about getting stuck. I’ve only owned the carvsince
February 2016. Already out of warranty because of cross-
country driving. Any advice?

6 Answers

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I actually took it into Subaru - mine was out of warranty as well but only a few years out. They fixed it as a goodwill effort but it should never have occurred in the first place!

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I am jealous! This is the 2nd time my car has been there for 2 different reasons. It is currently at the Subaru dealership now and was informed that they are covering some of the expense, but it will still be $300.00 to analyze and install part. Love how Subaru works with you on keeping the costs down. Lol

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Okay you’re saying two different car companies. One time you said Subaru and now you’re saying Toyota

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Call this number and tell them the problem. 18007822783 This is a safety issue! Also file a complaint with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

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Thank you!! You are extremely helpful only wish the dealership could have been this helpful.

2 people found this helpful.

I have. Have been having problem getting my key out of the ignition from my Suburu 2014. I took the car to the Glendale Suburu dealer and won’t even look at it without me paying the inspection fee of $175

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