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Don't have a wiring diagram but if you use a volt meter find live wire on fuse box, connect this to power wire then 2 wires to fuel stop solenoid, using the wire from the stop solinoid to timer this activates the timer and the other from timer to solenoid. This will allow the engine to start by activating the solinoid, I hope this helps
Without being able to use another key, you will have to remove your immobilizer circuit if it's an after market type, which on the Matiz I'm reasonably certain that it is. A professional auto electrician should be able to do this rather quickly as they are very easy to bypass and should only take a few minutes work. If you wish to do it yourself, then you may need a multimeter or a bulb tester. Locate the ignition wiring loom and find the area where the starter or ignition circuit wires have been split. If there are no signs of this then look for a spare plug next to the ignition barrel, remove any plug which is presently inserted and re-insert the spare plug. That should fix it. If there is indeed a wire or two which have been cut in the ignition wiring harness for other wiring to intersect, then you will have to remove the other wiring (immobilizer circuit wiring) and reconnect the original wiring. Then try restarting. If you aren't quite sure what you are doing however then don't attempt this by yourself. And always bind heavy duty wiring well and solder as well as insulate well when you've finished.
Most immobilisers on the year car 1993 and some newwer one are connected to starter wiring under the dash, and what it does is it cuts the power wire from the ignition switch in half and sends it through the module and to relay, you will need to follow the wires and you will see the wires coming down from the ignition switch, one will be cut in two and go into immobil wiring you will dissconnect them and reconnect them back together, the wire is color coded so theres no mixing wires and then the rest of the wiring will be to power and ground and so on, all these other wires can be removed or left there. once you connect the main stating wire thats the main wire, a quick thing to see if this is the way it works is to try and start the car without the chip and see if when you turn the key the engine should not try to start, it should do nothing just dash lights light up but no engine spin, if this is what happens then this is the way to dissable it. good day.
At the back of the ignition barrel ,one wire will always be live and as you turn the key the others will power up but the one that goes to the starter will power uo momentarily and that will be at the final stage of your turn.pick power up from the accessory wire and hook it up to a spring switch and jump that to the starter wire.
you'd have to find out what colored wire is behind the plugged in vcr wire theres gonna be a black n red , or black n yellow ( something like that) the black is ground ( frame/body Connected) the colored wire will usually be the powered side. , then follow that colored wire to the fuse box and relocate that powered side wire to connect to another wire , down at the fuse box that powers up with the key on. just connect it to the appropriate wire. stereo shops or car dealerships can fix that issue real quick. normally for a few dollars.
you can only push this detent pin in when ignition is in on position try to put key that snapped in and wriggle it around to try and turn ignition to on position so then you can remove barrel
if cant turn need to change whole assembly by un doing shear pin for clamp that holds whole assembly on steering column or do what some lock smiths do drill out old barrel slowly and going up in drill sizes until barrel comes out from housing without damaging housing