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Ignition Key Stuck (95 Accord)

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Old 11-03-2009, 07:43 AM
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Look in the DIY section for a sticky post about repair manuals to download.
You'll want the wiring drawings for your 95 (which I don't have...)

The ignition interlock is SUPPOSED to hold the key so you can ONLY remove it when the tranny is in PARK. So the gear indicator works, but maybe there's a problem somewhere else in that circuit.
 
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Old 11-03-2009, 06:00 PM
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the 94/95 are pretty much identical. The US accord is the KH model when looking at the wiring diagrams.

I'm not sure which connector you removed, because I have never worked with the key interlock.

I would go through the input tests at the control unit that are described in the shop manual for the key interlock. All you need is a volt meter. The interlock system is described in the electrical section under interlock system.
 
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Old 11-09-2009, 05:38 PM
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I'm glad that it turned out to be something simple to fix once you went through the troubleshooting.

Thanks for posting a solution to the problem.
 
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1994 honda accord ex 2dr A/T
im having the same problem. I can shift perfectly fine between Park, Reverse, D4 etc. but cannot remove my key from the ignition. I have had problems with it before but got lucky from jiggling the key and shifter at the same time (required 2 people). Now it is has been stuck like this for the past 4 days. I don't want to take it anywhere bc I dont have a spare key or anything. I tried lubricating the pin, but didn't work...
 
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Old 11-10-2009, 02:33 PM
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Did you try all the other stuff from the beginning of this thread?
 
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