Ignition switch when turned on all lights ok.Turn to second notch and something runs to earth.Will not start.With ignition switch on i ran a seperate earth lead from the battery to the car engine and the car started but starter did not disengage
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Change your ignition key module and that will fix the problem. Problems with key modules can be attributed to the weight of the owners key ring. Some people have massive key rings with all sorts of gadgets on them causing them to become very heavy. This puts an unexpected load on the key module and the load can double with it swinging from side to side ect... Best advise, keep the key ring simple and light.
Sounds like it could be the switch, you can bypass the ignition switch and touch the two positive wires together from the solenoid to see if it cranks over. Be very careful make sure it is in not in gear.
Ignition problem... No signal from ignition to solenoid...run a starter draw test to confirm starter is ok --- You can run your jump wires to a remote starter button or switch to get around it for now.
In the trunk behind the carpet on the drivers side there is a fuel system re-set switch. With the ignition off push the re-set button then turn the ignition to the on position for a few seconds then turn it off to re-set it.
i would check fuses for turn signal if ok check for battery power on both sides of fuse if you have battery power check the turn signal switch in the steering colum the brake lights run through the switch as well