Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Contrary to what people think, the ignition key cylinder is not the ignition switch (switch itself is on top of steering column, connected to key tumbler by a metal rod.) If the switch has failed, it may feel strange when you turn the key. Any competent repair shop will do testing to both the switch, and the components it operates to find the problem. Obviously, the price will cover time testing , r&r of parts and the price of the parts themselves. Beware of shops that want to change everything, including the seats in order to make the repair.If you have a question about how valid the diagnosis is, ask it here!
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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