The key is stuck in the ignition of my 2006 Mercury Milan. A person in a small local shop told me I need to have the "tumblers" replaced which would require the steering column be removed. He said I would need to take the car to the dealer. I wanted an estimate from RepairPal, but don't know what to enter into the repair category. Suggestions? I would also like to know what would cause this type of problem.
Key stuck in ignition on 2006 Mercury Milan
by JudP in Dumas, AR on September 11, 2010
ANSWER by KB from NJ on June 02, 2011
Happened to me, I had to put the car into neutral and the key came right out.
ANSWER by Mercury Milan 06 on September 08, 2014
If enough people call ford 1-866-436-7332 on the safety issue, maybe a recall will be granted.
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