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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You think it has spark ? You have to be sure it has spark. Take off a spark plug. Then have somebody help you turn the ignition. Ground the spark plug attached to the wire to the engine. Tell them to turn the engine. You should see a blue spark at the end of the spark plug. use gloves to handle the plug. You don't want to get a shock. If you don't see a spark. Something is not right. it is the coil(s) or something else.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
It sounds like the ignition tumbler and/ or switch needs to be replaced. To avoid all the testing and such, replace both at the same time, since they get the same ware. Otherwise, take it to a good locksmith and let them see if it needs a good lub-ing and some cleaning.You know, ear wax and all that stuff people use keys for! A locksmith might cost you around 75 to 100 bucks per hour/ solution in the mid west. BTW- NEVER keep a lot of keys on your key ring. It's been known to be the cause of MANY ignition switch issues.Instead use a ring that un-clips or breaks away from your big wad of keys.
Posted on Dec 01, 2011
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