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check your battery for some dirts and muds then clean it with wter. also check for some open wires that has a contact to the body of your car. also check if the bendix drive of yor starter is still ok.
well you dont replace the spring you just replace the entire ignition lock cylinder they range from 25.00 bucks to 250.00 bucks depending on the vehicle and some are pretty easy to change and some you just better off taking it to the shope.
all that being said i have changed them on sabbs before with only a fairly mild headache so not to bad
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Used ignition switches are just as likely to be junk as the one you are replacing. Check for power at both sides of the each fuse for each affected circuit. IF the car has an ignition lock relay swap it, and make sure the it has power, ground, and is being turned on by the key. I can't remember if it is under the dash or hood, or if it even has one.
First check your battery! The electronics for the fuel system can be affected if the current isn't correct. You can also check the fuel control module....94 & 95 models are notorious for having problems with them. Check the fuel pressure regulator...the distributor....spark plug wires....ignition module....fuel pump. I hope this helps. Good luck!
I have been trying to figure out the same on my 95' Saab 900 V6 . I am
a Mechanic and this thing has been a real Pickle if you know what I
mean/ I pulled the ignition switch and the contacts on the plug were
corroded and suspect that I am not getting a good enough contact inside
the unit . (The reason why I have not suspected this is because it was
replaced in 03' with a new one, but the way in it mounted vertically
has got to be a reason for corrosion.)Might have been due to the
sunroof been left open in the rain. So I would suggest replacing the
IGNITION SWTICH with a new one, or used (with warranty i.e. Ebay) one if possible. Also put some Electrical tape on the new unti so it will never get any moisture inside>