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What you need is a test light. If you take off the trim on the steering column to expose the ignition switch, you'll see that it's a cylinder with wires soldered onto it around the circumference at the opposite end from the keyslot. With the trim off, turn the key to the Power position (right before the engine would crank. Look down the body of the cylinder - the wire in line with the top edge of the key is the one that is activated at that point. With the test light, you'll see that there is power on that wire when the key is turned to the Power position, but if you turn the key off, you'll see that there is no power. You can then tap into that wire, so that power is only supplied when the key is in that position.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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