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1992 chevy pu. 4 wheel drive electrical issue.

Truck would start only after turning ignition switch several times, then all red ignition lights on dash went out. now it does nothing when switch is engaged

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    lights dimmed the went out truck stalled

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The ignition electrical switch (not the key ignition switch) on the bottom of the steering colomn is probably the issue........You can find it by looking under the dash while turning the key you will see a rod moving back and forth. At the bottom of the rod is the switch.
Hope this helps!

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