Question about 1998 Chevrolet Astro
98 astro van starts and dies immediately. Spark OK, fuel 55 psi csmock132 wrote.... You have a bad ignition lock cylinder. It will need replaced or you can also bypass the system. Once you replace the lock cylinder, you will need to reprogram it with the three ten minute sessions. If you decide to bypass it instead let me know and I will post how This could be the very same problem I'm having... How do you bypass the system as a test?
Do not replace the lock!
replace the ignition switch
the switch activates the starter then springs back keeping the engine running but, disconnecting the starter
repair the horn short circuit after this
Posted on May 29, 2009
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