Hey Duster, remove steering wheel, remove the lock plate, this require a special tool, the ignition tumbler id held by a torx bolt, and it will slide out.. get a manual for any Gm car of that vintage....hope thuis helps..
No, the ignition is what starts the car.
car starts without key
Stuck ignition switch.
Remote start system
I have the same problem with my 2004 Sunfire. Leave the ignition on for 10 minutes. Just let it sit for 10 minutes. No shorter than that time. And Should start.
The ignition lock seems to be broken.
The starter solenoid, or ignition switch is bad, and either one needs to be replaced.
Pull the Ignition cylinder out of switch. Start with a srew driver.
No, if it starts on its own without you turning the ignition switch then the ignition switch is defective.
pull the plug off from the back of the ignition switch and then jump start it
A bad ignition coil will cause your engine not to have any spark. Without any spark the engine cannot start or run.
Check your wiring, also the connections on the starting motor.
My guess would be a defective ignition switch.
get fuel for it
You can start your 2004 Rodeo without a keyless entry key. Remove the keyless entry fuse and use your ignition key to start the vehicle.
If you are trying to start your own scooter without a key, you can either use a flat head screwdriver in the ignition, or by hot wiring it. Do not attempt to start someone else's scooter this way, as it is illegal.
Yes you can undo the false alarm after you start the ignition.
You don't. The ignition is required to start the car. If it fails you need a new ignition switch.
Put it in park , insert the ignition key into the ignition and turn the key to start it.
you need a new ignition tumbler.
An anti theft device for cars. It disconnects your ignition with a keychain. Without the keychain in, you can't start the car at all.
Just push it a few feet with the ignition switch turned on and pop the clutch.
listen for hum in back of car when turning key just to run. if nothing, it may be fuel pump issue. if ok, it may also be a fuel filter,crank or cam sensor, ignition coil.
You can check the ignition module (coil) with a digital volt/ohm meter for a start. Check the primary and secondary circuits resistance and go from there. You can also check the spark plug wires resistance with the same meter.
you will need to get it checked ASAP, jut in case it really does start and drive away by itself