Q: Q: Steering wheel locked

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Nissan rogue 2013 steering wheel is locked. The key goes in and turns . This is not a problem. I pressed the brake and tried to steer the while towards right and left with no luck. Also tried turning the engine on and at the same time tried turning the steering with no luck as well. The engine also is not turned . May be its due to the steering lock?

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