DIY Ignition Switch?

Answer The ignition switch, which is located on the steering column or in the dash, lets a driver control the ignition system and activate the starter solenoid with a turn of the key. It also gives contro... Read More »

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How to Take Apart a GM Ignition Switch?

The ignition switch on your GM vehicle is located close to the steering wheel, below the instrument cluster. If you wish to disassemble the ignition switch, you must first remove it from the vehicl... Read More »

How to Fit an Ignition Switch?

The ignition switch electrical assembly provides power to your car's starter motor, power windows, windshield wipers and any other electrical components. If you are having a problem with your ignit... Read More »

What Happens When Your Ignition Switch Goes Bad?

A car relies on several mechanical and electrical devices, including an ignition switch, to start properly. A faulty ignition switch, which can go bad for a number of reasons, can interfere with th... Read More »

Signs of a Bad Ignition Switch?

An ignition switch refers to two components of a vehicle's ignition system. The first component is the lock cylinder. The keys used to start the vehicle are inserted into the lock cylinder. The sec... Read More »