Jan 1st, 15, 03:37 PM
Join Date: Sep 2000
Location: Va Beach VA
Re: Here's a fun one. 95 ignition problems
Two things come to mind -
1. Neutral safety switch adjusted correctly or needing replacement if burned out, if auto equipped.
2. Ignition switch needing adjustment or replacement, if faulty, allowing solenoid power to neutral safety switch.
3. VATS not satisfied from ign key - if first attempt to start does not happen, remove key and wait three minutes, then attempt to start with same key.
If engine cranks and starts, then correct the tumbler socket, you just replaced, so it should be good, but the two thin white wires in the connector should read the ign key chip when unplugged - no ohmic reading, no VATS, no start.
If engine does not start/crank, then key socket misaligned or two thin white wires have no continuity to VATS module.
Or START relay is burnt.
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