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1991 Nissan. The alarm had 2 or 3 wires going to the ignition switch column. It had one power wire and one ground. And then two wires going into the driver side door. Removed the alarm. Put electrical tape to isolate the wires that had been tapped and soldered on the ignition column. Now when I went to hook the battery back up for the first time, since removing the alarm, the starter is going click-click-click until I remove power. What should I look for?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: removing the ignition key
I had the same problem going on for quite a while. The Solution is somewhat simple. First, when the key gets stuck, put the wheel up (tilt control), Feel around on the bottom side of the steering column, there is a small rectangular hole that you can put a finger in, it is right under the ignition. Inside there, there is a small button/lever that you can push up on. This will allow the key to be removed.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
If everything is turning on, and there's power... check for 12V at the alternator. it may be out now.... or a connector came loose, or wire broke.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
The battery cable goes on the large post nearest the battery,and all others,except for one small wire made to fit the small terminal.The cable going to the starter goes on the large post on the other side of where you put the battery cable on,the opposite side
Posted on May 26, 2010
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