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No starter ignition lights

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  • John Winslow Nov 22, 2013

    Found the problem it was the ignition switch actuator broken

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    great , and thanks for posting back, most dont.

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No starter, ?
will not crank, you meant or my starter is dead?
ignition lights?. (the brake and CEL glow key on and oil?
more important are Head lights working ? and heater fan?
full bright and fan full speed?

no crank.
if A/T ??? wiggle the gear shifter in park or try neutral. to crank.

is the battery at 12.6vdc? if not its discharged,
charge it, or jump start car.
if car will not jump, then
hot wire the starter. (google that) or you tube it....
if the starter is silent with a good battery and jummed
it's bad or the cables to it are bad.





Posted on Nov 22, 2013

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