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I hope you are only doing this temporarily. Generally speaking, ignition 1&2 would become powered when key is turned to on position. These could be wired to toggle switches. Highly recommend a high amperage momentary contact switch only for the starter lead. Best advice is the get a new ignition switch rather than mess with wiring. Doing so could do un repairable damage to your ignition system, wiring harness, and computer
get a second opinion you dont need the whole exhaust system---even if it the 2 manifolds have to be changed - thats a lot of money - there is a cat incorporated with each exhaust manifold so that would mean replacing the manifolds if both cats were bad thats both manifolds if your willing to do the work yourself you can change them the manifold/ cats sell on ebay new for under 200
you may need to get fault codes out airbag module to solve this dont and repeat dont mess with this unless you know what you are doing. they really do go BANG! and need to be properly disarmed before working on them my advice after being a jag tech fer 50 years is take to dealer or reputable tech even the minute current from a multimeter can set them off
Holts Wondarweld Flush engine. EXTERNAL CRACKS 1 Run engine until hot,drain off enough coolant to remove thermostat. 2 Remove thermostat. 3 Mix contents of can thoughoughly! and pour contents into thermostat opening. 4 Replace thermostat cover.& fill radiator with hot water,replace radiator cap. 5 Run engine at a fast idle for 15 mins,dont allow to boil.Top up if necessary. 6 Leave Wondarweld in system for 2-3 days then drain off,flush system replace thermostat and refill. HAIRLINE CRACKS 1 MIX thoroughly and pour into cold engine (radiator if it has a cap) 2 Run engine until hot. 3 Allow engine to cool then run again until hot. 4 Follow procedure 6 above. INTERNAL CRACKS 1 Follow external crack instructions except after pouring Wondarweld into engine remove spark plug from affected cylinder and run engine for 20 mins. If more than one cylinder affected run for 5 minute intervals. 2 Allow engine to cool then drain cooling system and refill with clean water. 3 Drain sump & flush,refill with fresh oil. Note:- 1/2 pint of Wondarweld for every 6 pints of water,DO NOT add antifreeze for at least 3 days after process.
Loosen the bolts on the water pump pulley, then remove the belt, then remove the the 4 pulley bolts on the water pump. Then remove the water pump bolts, I think there's 6 bolts, size 8mm then remove the water pump.
IF DOOR LOCKS LOCK AND UNLOCK.WHILE HAND OPERATING DOOR LOCK SWITCH.YOUR REMOTE KEYLESS BATTERY WEAK.IF DOOR LOCKS DONT WORK BY USING YOUR HANDS TO WORK THE SWITCH.LOOK FOR A BLOWN FUSE OR CIRCUIT BREAKER.
Ok if you are not getting any other warning or service light coming on that means you do not have any electronic sensors or equipment faulty which is good news as it will cost less to fix..By the sound of it it seems that you may have a dirty petrol flow system which is anything running from the petrol tank to combustion chamber.I would suggest you buy reddex which is a petrol treatment solution and use it.Read instructions and at first you may get a bit of smoke coming out of the exhaust but this is normal.Also if that does not solve the problem, have the carburator checked if it has any,which I can't personally remember if it's an injector or spark system.You may need to clean the whole system and also check air intake controller and engine idle speed regulator(if it has one) which sometimes get dirt and mess the engine at idle speed which is what you seem to be getting.Hope this help.
Part is called the signal canceler. it needs to have the wheel removed to get to it (get a haynes or chiltons manual for instructions) The harness going to it needs to be threaded down inside the housing, but other than that it's not really that hard to do with an instruction guide. (if you don't follow instructions you can end up deploying the air bag (no fun)