I would say it is more likely that they bumped the wire on the oil pressure sending unit of your car. I would try cleaning the contact between the sending unit and the wire before anything. if you cant do this a shop will do it for next to nothing.
No way the lamp oil is rely and idiot lamp that tells something is wrong but not what. the lamp can burn out , loose a conncection or the oil sensor is not functioning
The low oil pressure lamp is produced by the grounding of the pressure switch. The lamp on your dash has a positive voltage whenever the key is on. But the negative side is only when the switch is closed. ( switch on engine not running) oil pressure opens the switch! (turns the lamp off) So IF you do have good oil pressure? then you oil pressure switch has failed, or the the wire going th the switch is grounded. ( short to fram) not your ing. switch. So the answer is NO! To test this you will need a multimeter, check the restance of the switch with the engin running. should be open or LO on your meter. if that is true than check for voltage on the wire. 5 to 12 volts make model. ect. both tests are with swith disconected.
No. If the starter turns over the ignition switch is good.
it is an ignition problem...could be the ignition switch or the ignition coil if i rember right
Defective ignition switch.
several could bes. If there is no action, the engine does not turn, the rod running from the key switch to the ignition switch on the column could be broken, or the ignition switch itself could haved malfunctioned. If there has be work immediately privious to the problem, check for loose connection, expecially on the ignition switch.
Will ignition switch stop oxygen sensor fuse and fuel pump fuse in panel box from not having fire?
It could be a bad battery, or connection. A bad starter and or solenoid could be the problem, along with an ignition switch to name a few.
Could be the starter or ignition switch...does the car crank/turn over when you turn the key? If you just turn the key and it 'clicks' it might be the ignition switch. I've had this problem before, and it ended up being the alternator. HOpe this helps!
MY GUESS IS A FAULTY IGNIGION SWITCH.
The reason for no ignition light could be a low battery. The wiring system may be another reason for this. Check the white wires in the ignition switch and the multi-plug connector to ensure they are connected.
Yes, it could.
Turning the steering wheel left to right rapidly while turning the key in the ignition should free up the ignition switch. If this does not rectify the problem it could be with the lever lockout or the key itself.
have you tried pushing in on the ignition as you turn it.you may have to push hard.that should be just a new ignition,otherwise it could be in the ignition circuit. I also had this problem and the dealership could not fix it. so I replace the Ignition switch and that fixed the problem.
Only if the engine is not cranking. Otherwise the problem is engine related.
If you battery has plenty of power, either faulty contacts in ignition switch or starter motor, or faulty starter motor.
It seems that there could be a problem with your starter. It happened to me too.
Not a switch, but you could have a problem with the Sentry Key System. The key has a chip in it that communicates with a receiver near the ignition switch. You will have to go to a dealer for service.
COULD BE THE FUZES OR THE STARTER IS BAD .i HAD THE SAME PROBLEM FOR A 92 TRACKER AND I JUST CHANGED THE FUZES ....BUT THEM I HAD TO REPLACE THE STARTER .CHECK THE EASY THINGS FIRST ..
Ignition or ignition switch could be bad or the selanoid could have went out
If the problem is not some where in your fuel line, then it is the Ignition switch. The ignition switch may not return from the start to the run position or the accessories may not work because the screws that hold the switch in place were overtightened. Often found in the 1992-94 models. I have not yet heard of this problem on the 95 model though.
Check ignition switch
it should be defective ignition switch...................It could be anything between the ignition switch and the terminal on the starter solenoid. There may be a bad ignition switch, bad ignition fuse or a bad fuseable link.
ignition switch i promise
Sounds like the ignition switch.
Dont know which one it is but my 98 milliena has the same problem and i am going to replace the ignition switch I'll let you know what happens Well i replaced the ingnition switch. My problem is now fixed. My car had other issues with this problem. My starter would engage when the car was not in gear. It would engage in p. and in n. If you have these issues it could very well be the switch. good luck