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I am having problems with my ignition on my 1995 dodge ram pickup. It will not turn over with the transmission in park, but will with the transmission in nuetral. I replaced the nuetral safety switch, but...


not really
people who interfere with auto electrics are a gold mine for auto electricians
best suggestion is to find the bad add-on that was installed and remove it
get the harness and electronics back to as near to original as possible so that problems are easier to fix

Mar 30, 2017 | 1995 Dodge Ram

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99 durango breaks down after driving for awhile and wont start back up for 10-15 min with everything dead on the gauges and no bus flashin...... once the gauges move it will start..... is it the crank


Sounds like it may be an ignition switch. It old be fairly easy to check when the symptom occurs. You could have the steering column covers pulled to gain access to the switch. You will need. Test light or a volt meter to check the switch. If you have one of those let me know and I'll get you some more info.

Mar 10, 2012 | 1999 Dodge Durango

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1997 ford escort 55 van location of fuel cut off switch


Hi there:The fuel pump shut-off switch stops the fuel pump when the vehicle has been involved in a collision or major jolt. If the vehicle does not start, it is possible that the fuel pump shut-off switch needs to be reset.

If you see or smell fuel, do not reset the switch or try to start your vehicle. Have all passengers get out of the vehicle and call the local fire department or a towing service. This and other details could be find in the Ford Escort Owners Manual...
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Mar 06, 2012 | Ford Escort Cars & Trucks

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1994 ford explorer, new fuel pump,new fuel pump relay,no power to fuel pump


Have you checked the fuel ppm cut off switch? It should be under the passenger side of the dash. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. Thank you for using FixYa.com!

Feb 21, 2012 | Ford Explorer Cars & Trucks

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Is there a fuel shut off switchon my 2003 Kia Sedona


No there is not. Ford is the only manufacturer that uses a resettable inertia fuel cut off switch.

If you not getting power to the pump let me know and I'll help you further. If you vehicle doesn't start let me know what you checked or what the symptoms are and i'll see if I can get you pointed in the right direction.

Jun 27, 2011 | Kia Sedona Cars & Trucks

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My 2006 trailblazer the switch want turn for me to get the keys out so i need to remove the positive so my battery want go dead. i tried to un screw the bolt and i cant get it loose. need help


Ignition switch needs to be replaced, common problem. To get your key out: look under the key on the column cover. You'll either see a hole there or an outline where a hole was supposed to be. If the hole is there, push in the solenoid to release your key. If the hole isn't there, carefully cut or drill the plastic out there, and push the solenoid there. I believe they quit putting the hole there in 03', BUT like mine, you'll see a faint outline in the plastic of a hole. -->

May 18, 2011 | 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer Ext

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I had started my gmc backed it up and just left the stero on. it must have ran the battery dead which is ok i parked my other truck to jump the battery i put the keys and nothing. but i can't get my key...


Ignition switch needs to be replaced, common problem.

To get your key out: look under the key on the column cover. You'll either see a hole there or an outline where a hole was supposed to be. If the hole is there, push in the solenoid to release your key. If the hole isn't there, carefully cut or drill the plastic out there, and push the solenoid there. I believe they quit putting the hole there in 03', BUT like mine, you'll see a faint outline in the plastic of a hole.

Apr 12, 2011 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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Key stuck in ignition, car won't start. Window's can't be rolled Up!! AUGH!


For the key and not starting: Ignition switch needs to be replaced, common problem. The window problem is probably a seperate problem, not 100% sure on that one.

To get your key out: look under the key on the column cover. You'll either see a hole there or an outline where a hole was supposed to be. If the hole is there, push in the solenoid to release your key. If the hole isn't there, carefully cut or drill the plastic out there, and push the solenoid there. I believe they quit putting the hole there in 03', BUT like mine, you'll see a faint outline in the plastic of a hole.
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Apr 08, 2011 | 2002 GMC Envoy

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2003 gmc envoy won't start and cannot remove key


Ignition switch needs to be replaced, common problem.

To get your key out: look under the key on the column cover. You'll either see a hole there or an outline where a hole was supposed to be. If the hole is there, push in the solenoid to release your key. If the hole isn't there, carefully cut or drill the plastic out there, and push the solenoid there. I believe they quit putting the hole there in 03', BUT like mine, you'll see a faint outline in the plastic of a hole.
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Feb 27, 2011 | 2003 GMC Envoy Xl

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