Question about 1992 GMC Sierra
Will we know switch and battery are good, need to check for voltage at the big wire on the starter assembly, should always have voltage, that voltage comes from the battery right to the starter, while some one trys to start it, with test light check at big wire, if you have voltage at big wire, try hitting the starter, could be stuck, if you have voltage but goes away while trying to start, check connection's at starter and battery, also check body ground
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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The ignition key cylinder in a Buick
unlocks the ignition and allows the Buick's engine to start. The
cylinder contains a switch on the end of it (inside the cylinder) that
sends an electric signal to the starter motor. When the ignition key
cylinder fails, the Buick won't start. When this happens, you'll need a
new ignition cylinder. Purchase replacement cylinders from Buick.
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