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Lost key to my 1989 chevy 1500 2wd. need to move it and dont know how to hot wire.what wires do i touch together to do that

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You are still going to need a key to unluck steering column.

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http://www.ehow.com/how_2044915_hotwire-car.html

Hotwiring is used inilligal activities but in your case i dont have a problem in showing you how its done.

1.) Remove the part of the dash covering your ignition key assembly
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4.) strip these wires and tie then together this will turn on the ignition
5.) find the starter wire usually blue and touch it to these wires, Imidately remove it when the car has started.
6.) tape them up

If your wireing is a bit different or you dont have similar color wires then
use steps 1 and 2 from above
3.) locate the the on positive wire
4.) run a wire grom the negative battery pole to the on positive wire. (U can strip each wire there and ground it to the wire from the battery pole , the correct one will turn the ignition on.
5.) once located tie it to the ground.
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If you are still having trouble use this link
http://www.ehow.com/how_2044915_hotwire-car.html

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