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As i dont have an actual schematic only a diagram i cant find the lock in relay. so all i get is pulse

When i press on it still only pulses it doesn't stay locked into the on postion

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I have/had the exact same problem today. I tried the solution as posted, spray WD40 into the ignition switch. That didn't work. I then tried rocking the car back and forth (front to back). That worked. My guess is the key is worn. I will eventually need a new ignition switch. But until that time comes, I will keep rockin' the car.

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SOURCE: 04 lancer no start,no spark or injector pulse.

it sound to me like the modual has fried it self in the distributor if it has you will have no spark or fuel pulse . have you checked the ignition fuses

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SOURCE: 1993 honda accord 2.2,no injector pulse

This sounds like a main relay problem here is a diagram its located under the dash under steering column its the brownish -orange box in the picture. http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/mainrelaylocation/7-main_relay_closeup.jpg Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA

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SOURCE: 94 s10 i have no fuel pump or inj pulse when key

4.3L or 2.2L?

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SOURCE: pcm is not grounding injectors. need a pin diagram and ground location diagram

Ground points are in different locations throughout wiring harness. If you had any work done to engine it is very possible to have missed one of the grounding eyelets during the process of putting things together. Check along wiring harness in any area you can see or reach to try to locate any loose or disconnected ground looks.

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Anti-Theft -Perimeter The perimeter anti-theft system consists of the following:
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The perimeter anti-theft feature provides an audible and visual alarm when unauthorized access to the vehicle is detected. When an intrusion is detected by any door or liftgate ajar switches, or the hood and trunk tamper switches it sends a ground signal to the GEM. When the GEM receives a signal indicating intrusion into the vehicle, the GEM supplies a ground signal to the horn control relay and the park lamps relay. The relay closes, supplying the power which activates the horn and the park lamps. The pulse stretcher module applies to wagons only. Due to the distance between the liftgate disarm switch and the GEM, the disarm switch signal is not present long enough for the GEM to recognize. The pulse stretcher module receives pulse input when switch is turned to unlock. The pulse stretcher module holds the pulse active for about 60ms so the GEM can recognize the signal and disarm the system. The perimeter anti-theft feature does not arm until 20 seconds elapses after locking the vehicle. The perimeter anti-theft device will disarm only when
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Door Disarm Switch Removal and Installation
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  1. Remove the door trim panel. For additional information, refer to Section 501-05 .
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