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2000 JGC have to wingle key to crank motor.

Changed stater, alt.checked good, batt good,still intermittently have to turn and hold and wingle key to crank. All power works, lights etc..just won't turn over..weird!

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Ed,the switch actuator on the lower part of the stearing column may be going bad. It attaches to a rod that runs from the key switch.To replace it you have to remove the lower dash panel and drop the stearing column down. It will be on top of the column. Take the wires loose from it and remove the unit.It sounds a little complicated, but it's really not. Good luck!

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