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. I need to replace the ignition switch on my 1995 g20 sports van

This could be a challenge for a novice so if you don't feel comfortable with your ability, seek help from a trusted shop.
You will need some special tools to get the job done. Steering wheel puller, lock ring tool, phillips screwdriver, torx bit #30, flathead screwdriver, sockets/socket wrench, snap ring pliers.

First thing is to take the neg. battery cable loose. The airbag is located on the steering wheel and attached with 4 #30 torx headed screws from the back side. Remove and unclip the airbag and horn connections from the module. Remove the steering wheel nut with the 13/16 socket wrench or equal. Affix the steering wheel puller to the steering wheel--remove same. Affix lock ring removal tool and depress lock ring. Remove snap ring from base of lock ring on steering shaft. Remove 2 phillips head screws from lock ring located at approx. 11:00 o'clock and 7:00 o'clock of the lock ring. Remove lock ring.
Now remove the turn signal switch. It is attached with 3 phillips screws. There is also a small phillips screw holding the turn signal indicator lever in place. remove the screw and bracket on the indicator then remove the 3 screws holding the switch. The turn signal switch should be able to be pulled out enough to access the screw holding the ignition switch in place. Don't get too aggressive with it but gently pull it out enough to get in there.
On the right side if the ignition pot is a couple of copper contacts that are in a plastic holder. These are for the buzzer that tells you your key is in the ignition. It pulls straight out with little effort. Locate the screw and Remove--it will be about 2-3 " long and it is what holds the ignition switch in place. You should be able to pull the switch assy. out of the column at this point. Replace with new switch and reinstall the holding screw. put the contacts back in if you want it to buzz when you leave the key in or have it on ACC. It won't hurt anything if you leave it out to avoid the buzzer.
Reinstall everything as removed making sure to put the steering wheel back on straight and tighten nut to proper specs.
You can rent the special tools needed most of the time from auto parts stores, see them for the details or conditions-(Auto Zone, Advance, O'reilley) just to name a few that have loan-a-tool.

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I have a 2005 Ford Five Hundred and my rear defroster light comes on when I push the button indicating that it's working but it's still won't clear the glass. All the fuses check out ok. Any suggestions as...

The most common cause of such failure is one or more "open" places in the material of the defroster grid itself, usually caused by allowing something to ride up against the grid until it rubs through the material. Very close inspection of the grid may be required to find those spots. But before you spend hours checking every inch of the grid with a magnifying glass and a volt/ohm meter (VOM), check to see if you have current at the two wires that connect the grid to your electrical system. You need to do this, of course when the engine is running and the defroster is switched on. Disconnected from the grid, one side's connection wire should check "hot" (13.8 volts) when you place the meter in the "voltage" mode and connect the red wire of the meter to that side of the grid and the black wire of the meter to a good vehicle ground, and the other should check as a "dead short" to ground, i.e. a connection in which there is no resistance. Your vehicle's owners manual may show helpful photos and wiring diagrams. If you find that you have proper connections and voltage, and find a tiny gap in the grid somewhere, you can buy some copper sulfate solution at the local auto parts store and paint it very carefully into the gap to restore the original connection. If you have no voltage at the grid, suspect the switch and/or the connections to the back of the switch. Good luck!

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2001 mitsubishi eclispse gs wont start how do you bypass the security system

  • 1 Turn the ignition key counter clockwise in the driver's side door to unlock the caricon1.png. This deactivates the alarm long enough for you to gain access to the vehicle. Then, place the key in the ignition and turn the key until it clicks once. This starts the car's battery, but doesn't ignite the engine. The LED light on the dashboard should stop blinking, indicating the alarm is temporarily disabled.
  • 2 Locateicon1.png the box for the alarm under the dashboard on the driver's side of the car. Then, look for the override button on the box. Typically, the small button is either red or black. With the ignition key in the "on" position, press the override button and hold it in until the alarm chirps once. This disables the alarm until you manually reactivate it.
  • 3 To reactivate the alarm, turn the key to the "on" position and press the override button once. The alarm chirps twice, indicating the alarm is active.

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    to check it take a multimeter and place it on each connection of the rear defrost to make sure you don't have a break somewhere in the defroster

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    Bonneville heated seats will not stay on

    More than likely the drivers seat is shorted and needs a new seat cushion heating grid. The best place to have this installed cost wise is an auto upholstery shop since the seat cover must be removed to install the grid. This is just a guess on my part and needs to be confirmed by a dealer or a Good repair shop through proper testing and diagnosis. The repair is expensive.

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    My rear defrost will not work but the light works, whats the problem

    Visually inspect the heating grid attached to the inside of the rear window for breaks in the horizontal lines. Any break in the filaments in the grid will cause a partial failure of the defroster, leaving a portion of the window fogged or obscured.

  • 2 Use a test light or voltmeter to detect breaks in the filaments that aren't visible to the ***** eye. Touch one lead of the light or voltmeter to a grounded metal part of the car and the other lead to a spot on the heating grid. If the light doesn't light or the voltmeter doesn't register a reading, that indicates a break in the filament.
  • 3 Place a piece of tape on each side of the break. Align one piece just above the filament, the other piece just below it, leaving a thin space through which the filament passes.
  • 4 Apply the filament repair liquid with its applicator onto each break you've identified. Be sure to thoroughly cover the broken spot. Allow the repair to fully cure per the instructions on the bottle, then carefully remove the pieces of tape so they don't rip the filament repair.
  • 5 Inspect the the vertical lines on the heating grid if you've discovered that the entire heating grid fails to work. Any break in the vertical lines will cause complete grid failure. These can be can be repaired in the same way as the horizontal lines. Check to ensure that the metal power tabs on each side of the grid are securely fastened to the vertical lines, as a break here will also prevent the entire grid from heating.
  • 6 Reattach the metal power tabs to the heating grid as needed by removing the tab from its connector and repairing it using the epoxy found in the heating tab repair kit. Be sure to allow the full curing time indicated on the kit before reinserting the tab into the connector to ensure that the circuit isn't broken.
  • 7 Check the power switch and wiring to the rear window defogger if there are no breaks in the heating grid and both of the metal power tabs are securely connected to the grid. Replace the switch and/or wiring as necessary.
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    Hyundai XG350 rear defogger doesn't work. I have changed the relays, checked all the fuses all good, dash switch works because I changed that too. checked the wire to the grid thats' ok too. now what?

    The rear defogger is controlled by the Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module (ETACM). It receives a signal from the switch, and if the car is running, turns on the rear window defogger. Most frequently the problem is a blown 30A defogger fuse. Other common problems are the defogger switch itself or the switch not being plugged in properly, but there can also be a bad defogger relay, defective ETACM, or wiring issue. If you're capable of doing some electrical diagnosis, I'd encourage you to register for a free account at (requires Internet Explorer and Adobe SVG Viewer) and print the schematic from the site. Also, does the indicator lamp come on when you depress the defogger button,I hope this help you in the right direction now you know how it works

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    The rear defrost on my 2004 Hyundia Sonata doesn't work properly

    If you look closely at the grid you will see small wires within the covering which connect the grid. These carry current. Most likely, there is a cut or break in one of these wires around the location where the grid stops working. I am not aware of any repair to these, but check with a shop as I could be wrong.

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    I have a 2002 Corolla GS. Rear window defroster not working

    The main cause for the rear window not working is a disconnected wire at either side of the defroster grid. You can see where the body harness connects to the rear glass.

    The second most liekly cause are broken defroster grid wires.

    I would suggest to you to obtain a 12 volt DC testlamp, and check for voltage as follows, at the rear defroster.

    Hook the clamp of the testlamp up to a known good ground. The back door latch 'hoop' is great. Next, turn on the rear defroster, and place the point of the tip on the extreme side of the back window, on the grid. Does it the tester light up bright? If not, try the other side.

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    If you have an auto trans, check to make sure the car is in park. If the shift lever is even slightly misaligned, (even though the indicator says PARK) your key won't come out.
    Try spraying the tumbler with powdered graphite.
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