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I got and ignition switch but dont no how to get my car to start

What wires would i cross to hot wire my car

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Getting hot is always a sign of bad wireing of some sort. It can come from wireing to wires together that shouldn't be together or possibly a bad ground. Re-check your wireing.

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SOURCE: Purple solenoid wire shorted, no pwr coming from ign switch

look for a 5 amp fuse, crank fuse in car, not under hood

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SOURCE: We purchased a 2006 equinox that was in a rollover

their is a safety cut out switch which looks like a inch square with a red or black rubber cover ,it should be under the bonnet but some older cars had one in the door pillar ,behind the footwell covers,in the boot ,when you find it just push in down and it will click

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SOURCE: 1996 ignition switch-what wires to check power on

ignition switch may be worn or a loose exciter wire [to starter] thats the small terminal on starter motor you can bridge it to the posative [power] on the starter it should start!
if it does start just work back from there to ignition look for broken or loosse connection
if that all is ok it will need ignition switch

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PS Like I said, please try and look the wiring over as it could be touching a Hot wire causing it to be energized all the time.


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