Question about 2005 Nissan Titan
No key in switch dash light on and can not start it
First of all the ignition switch problem needs to be fixed before they
can blame the starter, you need to be able to turn the key to make the
starter start the engine, I don't know what they screwed up installing
the new ignition switch but there is something wrong here, the new
switch comes with a new key but most of the time the new key is
different and won't work in the door locks, most people would like to
have one key work in the ignition and also all the other locks this
requires the new ign lock to be taken apart and rekeyed to the old key,
I don't know if they did this but if so it wasn't done correctly, does
the key work in the other locks with no problem?
The bottom line is that they charged you to fix the problem and didn't do a very good job or they missed something, they need to make the key work correctly before condemning the starter as the problem.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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