Ok I have 2001 Daewoo Lanos 1.6l a/t .The Problem i have is that i can't pull the ignition key out until i disconnect the baterry ,did check the neutral safety switch and it is ok,second have the airbag light on, odometer does not show the vehicle speed(speed sensor ok odometer ok).Third,does stay in 1 gear,not shifting up,check engine light on,have it scanned (code p0753, 1-2 shift solenoid,p0758 2-3 shift solenoid,p01810 incorrect state of the TFP manual valve position).
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Sounds like you need to take to dealer to have it re-programmed .quick reset might cure it though and dont laugh at this as it often works and save a few quid .disconnect both battery terminals and hold them together for a least 30 secs to discharge capacitors in ECU .it might work and its worth a shot .if it doesnt hope your big enough to lay the golden egg
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the electric side of ignition switch may be bad, start car wiggle switch if dies need switch. if not does key symbol on dash blink if so the security system may be losing its reading and needs reset or replaced.
snapped key into what lock cylinder or ignition switch or do you have both ends of the key itself or not ?
if you have one end stuck in either lock / ignition cylinder you can try using a welders torch cleaning tip kit it contains many various sized brushes and files etc which will allow you to get in beside the broken end of the key and wiggle it out .,,,any parts store should have them ...
Find auto the temperature sensor , disconect the two wires and make a "jumper" between them, use a wire equal or with larger "diameter" (section) as the sensor wires itself. Turn the engine on. If you have already checked fuse and relay and you 100% sure they're ok the fan must start spinning...be carefull with the fan blades. If not, you may disconnect the fan wires and supply energy straight from the battery. Be carefull again some sparks may come out and try not to short circuit the wires that may create another electrical/electronic problem, okay? Hope this can help...vmossmann from Brazil
I have replace the ignition switch itself in Hondas that had starting problems. The switches were worn out.My idea is maybe they use a simular switch. Unfortunatly I think the last one I bought was like $55.00 retail. If you do a ignition switch make sure you disconnect the battery first.
I hope this info helps.
you need key in and in on position to remove barrel while pressing in lock pin (in hole) in column if cant get key in or turn drill out barrel with under sized drill bit and slowly go up in drill bit size until you can dig out and remove barrel, lock smiths can come to site and do these type of repairs if needed.
DTC 63 Will Set When
No voltage is supplied by the ECM through the EST “B” line while reference pulses are received by the ECM from the crankshaft position sensor
check white wire terminal B on ignition coil to ECM terminal C14 for open circuit or short to ground while disconnected if thats ok check for voltage signal at B while cranking no signal ECU faulty. voltage signal also on A terminal while cranking and check earth terminal C to body no higher than 5 Ohms
power is terminal D 12V
if getting power, earths good, and both signal voltages are going into coil pack, coil pack is faulty.
A typical tune up includes spark plugs, air filter, fuel filter, spark plug wires, distributor cap and ignition rotor. You must determine which parts are needed before you start.
I would suggest to first check spark plugs and spark plug wires.