If it's a standard McGard lock, a 3/4 12 point socket and a hammer will solve this...bang it on tight and carefully loosen with a breaker bar.
Then buy another lock set, if you need it where you are. If you have original lock numbers from McGard, you can order a new key on line, if you don't, chuck em and buy a new set; it's less hassle.
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