The most likely cause would be the stator assembly. By disconnecting the cannon plug for the key switch harness, at the engine, you can isolate the problem to the engine, or the ignition switch / harness assemblies. With the harness disconnected, spin the engine over with a starter button, connected to the solenoid. If the engine now has fire, the problem is in the ignition kill circuit, (ignition switch, emergency kill switch, or harness assembly). If a no fire condition still exists, the problem is in the ignition system, on the engine itself. The stator, and related ignition components can be tested with a volt / ohm meter.
In most cases, the engine will not fire or start if the clutch switch is bad. The key will turn in the ignition but there will be no turn-over or sound from the engine. If the engine turns over but doesn't start, there might be a problem with the fuel supply.
are all the connection plug in on the switch and did you have fire before replaceing switch
Lots of possibilities, Check ignition modul first.
it could of been a short in the wiring in the engine compartment or you had a fuel leak and it got into wires or the ignition system
If you have no spark, check the ignition coil and ballast resistor. If the engine tries to fire when you turn the key to off position, there may be a short in the ignition switch.
Will ignition switch stop oxygen sensor fuse and fuel pump fuse in panel box from not having fire?
The ignition system and the fuel system usually get their power form the same location. You might have accidentally removed the power form the ignition system.
you might have a bad coil or you might not be getting 12 volts from ignition switch check your fuse box under the driver side dash good luck
Switch off the ignition and get out of the car as quickly as safely possible.
If a defective ignition module, (or bad plugs/ wires) causes a misfire condition, one or more plugs won't fire. The uneven power pulses cause engine shaking.
Yes. I had trouble with my 2000 cavalier. Inside the ignition switch where the key goes is a sensor of some sort that the key hits to turn everything on. Mine went bad and nothing would come on, even though the engine would turn over it would not start. I ended up taking it to the shop & had it looked at. They found the problem with the switch & replaced it. cost about $150 part/labor