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Engine start but stopped when you stop the key

The engine start well with the key. when I release the key the engine stop right away.

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  • pierrechmoul Apr 25, 2009

    thanks a lot, I will check,
    thank you Guru

    Pierre


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Bad ignition switch in column. Bad key switch.

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