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Car keeps running with key off - 1970 Chevrolet


I doubt that the switch is bad since you've already replaced it. Check underhood relays to see if one is staying on, feeding power back into the system. Does everything stay powered up if you unplug the ignition switch? good-day!

Apr 07, 2014 | 1980 Chevrolet Malibu

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Locate fuse


That sounds like your ignition switch is bad. It should not only shut the engine off when ignition is turned to off, but when on, the ignition switch should also power up the circuits for the windows, wipers, and dash lights. Replace the ignition switch and it should all work right again.

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The clock radio stays on with the ignition key turned off


reroute the power wire to a switched power source from the fuse block

Dec 18, 2013 | BMW X5 Series Cars & Trucks

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My car wont shut off


sound like ignition problem let dealership check it out.could have fault in new switch or wrong type switch.ignition switch install wrong.

May 22, 2013 | 1999 Chrysler 300M

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My wipers stay on when the ignition is powered on and I loose my turn signals


I am thinking the turn signal switch has failed. I believe all these things are on the same lever. May be worth a try.

May 20, 2012 | 2009 Dodge Journey

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Try to start car soon as you let go of ignition switch engine stops like the loss of supply power


Replace the ignition switch and the vehicle should stay running. The only other thing would be the ignition relay, but since you are able to start the vehicle I am on the lines of the ignition switch need to be replaced. On your vehicle it is a pretty easy job to complete.

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Starter stays engaged withouy key on.as soon as i plug in starter relay the starter stays on until unplugin relay also this is a brand new starter in this car.


You would have to check to see if you have constant power going to the starter, it is possible that the ignition switch is going bad and causing power to always be supplies to the system. You might pull the ignition switch and plug relay in and see if that solves the problem.

Nov 03, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Rear lights stay on after I turn the van off?


this is for the brake lights --the brake light switch is out of adjustment, or needs replaced. most are located on top of brake pedal arm underdash. first spray the switch with wd-40 or similar. it just may be sticking. ===as for the rear lights staying on, see if anything else is on when key is off. if so it could be a bad ignition switch. if bad it will not cut power off. a ignition switch accounts for about 50% of the power problems on todays vehicles. have a good day!!

Oct 29, 2010 | 2001 Ford Windstar

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2003 ford f250 battery drain dead after it sets over night found radio stays on after door is open with key out


Hello! Power is fed directly to the radio via the ignition switch...If the radio stays on the ignition switch is defective...Duralast part # LS615...Cost is around $20...See picture below...Guru...Saailer
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I have a 92 subaru legacy and the park lights stay on when the ignition is off, and the key is hard to turn.


Your ignition switch is faulty and needs replacement this is why the power stays on to power up the lights!

Oct 08, 2010 | 1993 Subaru Legacy

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