Lincoln Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Good morning, I can help. Do you have access to compressed air and a air nozzle?
Ok, you could also buy a can of that computer compressed air in a can from like Walmart. You don't need a lot of psi to remove any pieces from the wrong key. Also, you can try using a very fine piece of wire. Bend the end of the wire into a short 90. Then gently rake inside the key cylinder.
Even if you had no power to your car, you should still be able to get in and turn the ignition key.
You need to look at the wrong key you used and see if there is any pieces missing. Also, try the wrong key you used in the vehicle it is suppost to be for and see if it still works.
So let me get this correct. Can you mechanically turn the ignition cylinder with the right key?
Please respond when you get more time.