Q: Ignition lock faulty

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The ignition lock is faulty.

The ignition lock assembly can experience a failure due to a faulty sensor, module, or even a worn-out key. I will advise that you have an experienced mechanic, like the ones at YourMechanic, to inspect the entire ignition lock assembly to determine the proper solution.

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