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Busted ignition ok this all started back when i wrecked my car into a ditch. my brother broke my key into the ignition. well later down the road i deside to try and get the key out. i took a screw driver to the key hole and busted when u put the key in into peaces. i stripped it all the way down to the tumblers. i talked to the people at orellys they said would be best to either replace or put a push button start. i looked at the price and how hard it would be to install a ignition into my car and its way out of my budget and i cant exactly do it myself. so at this point my only option is to add a push button start. how exactly would i go about this and how would i turn the car off. i poped the back off where the wires are mounted and i cant just turn the thing on the back that connects the wires to start it.

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A push button start should turn off the same way.

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