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Car won't start-replaced ignition switch on 1997 Grand Marquis.

Replaced ignition switch on 1997 Grand Marquis. Now,car will not start. Used booster battery but didn't help. Does that mean battery is okay or should I get jumped off by another car instead? AND, Is there anything else that should be done after replacing the switch?...like reprogram the computer to accept the new key?

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Key needs to be programed.

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