Question about 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
I have been having problems with my key in the ignition switch for a couple of weeks.Sometimes I have to jiggle the key before it turns. Today I went to turn my van on and it wouldn't turn over-battery works fine. I had AAA out and they said maybe something is not letting the key turn all the way on. It seems to only get to the point where I can get the radio going, but nothing past that(the actual starting of the van). Any idea what I need to do? Do I need to get a new switch? I have not had any other problem with the van..................Thanks!
Your problem is caused by the little pins that the key moves to unlock the cylinder, they are sticking, go to a parts store and buy some graphite lock lubricant, if that does not help you will have to replace the lock cylinder before it jams and strands you somewhere.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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