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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Only in the movies, I'm afraid. Does one key do everything on this car? I believe it does. If so, remove the lock from the glove box, if it has one, and take it to a locksmith to make you a key. Any easily removable lock cylinder on the car will do also, such as the trunk lock.
This is going to sound strange but, have someone get over to where your starter is. While you try and start it have them tap on it slightly with a small hammer.
I t could be the brushes are hanging up.
Otherwise, I would pull the starter and have an auto center test it.
Please let me know what you find.
Could be the starter. Also how are your batter connections? Nice and tight and clean?? If so than check the single wire going into the starter. Not the battery cable, but the small wire that goes into the solenoid. Unplug that wire and put volt meter into the connector on the harness side and check for 12V, while you turn the ignition to "START" position. If 12V is present, suspect the starter.
check the fuses to the fuel pump...... one is under the hood on the drivers side and the other under the dash. I f both are good then chek to see if you can hear the fuel pump running when you turn on the ignition...if not it may be a bad pump...the other problem may be electrical