Q: I have a 1995 BMW 318Ti 97K miles. The ignition position seems to be moving further and now the key is parallel in the start posi

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I have a 1995 BMW 318Ti 97K miles. The ignition start position seems to be moving further forward and now the key is parallel in the start position and it takes a second or two after twisting it to start to actually start the car.

My car has 97000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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