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Drill won't stay in because the screw won't tighten enough. Not sure if we need a new screw or a replacement barrel.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi, I have a suzuki swift 2000 model, the key has snapped in the ignition, i have a used replacement ignition barrel and key. When fitted the engine turns over but won't start. I'm guessing th
This car has a chip key, you can't just put any old key in it it must be programmed to not turn on the security system and disable starting, which is what you have now, the system has locked you out.
Posted on Feb 10, 2012
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Connect a Phillips head screw bit to a power drill and tighten the power
drill's tip. Make sure that the power drill's battery is fully changed before proceeding.
Remove the screws securing the dash to the fire wall and frame with the
power drill and bit. Once all of the screws have been removed, pull the dash
away from the frame and the fire wall.
Locate the connectors that secure the wires to the components on the
rear of the dash. Pull or unscrew all of the wires from the components. Pull
the dash out of the Toyota
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