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1993 nissan altima wnt start

I recently changed my ignition switch when someone tried to burglarize my vehicle it wrked fine then i strted putting in the key and turning it on but it tok several attempts to kik over now i turn the key and the lights turn on on the dash but wnt kik over i hv changed an the battery and cleaned the terminal post to no avail cn u please help

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    billy reynolds May 11, 2010

    was it a new switch, try removing the switch and reinstalling to make sure u didn't overlook anything doing the installation

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Take it to a auto-electric specialist, dont take it to a mechanic.

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