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BATTERY DRAINAGE WE CHARGE THE BATTERY, RUN IT AROUND THE BLOCK AND THEN TRY TO START AGAIN, AND IT WON'T TURN OVER. AFTER TAKING THE KEY OUT IT STILL SOUNDS LIKE IT IS ON.

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Replace the ignition switch located on the steering column under the column covers. It requires a special tox bit.

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