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Depending on the chassis manufacturer I would immediately suspect the ignition module. On GMs they are sometimes mounted on the steering column somewhere around the bottom dash level. From the actual ignition Key slot receptacle there is a mechanical metal rod that connects to the ignition module. The module sometimes become loose and move or slip. Or the module may have become defective. Good place to start looking. Easy fix if that is what it is.
Posted on Apr 28, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you did not do this before you bought it, you need to have a thorough professional check done over the vehicle to see what mechanical issues need attention. There will be numerous items to deal with on a 1988 unless it has been meticulously maintained by previous owners which is probably not likely. In particular, the brake system, steering, suspension, engine and transmission, the electrical systems are all important to run very thorough checks on.
If it were mine, I would not be driving around in a vehicle like that without thorough mechanical checks/inspections being carried out.
Posted on Mar 29, 2016
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