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Answered 2006-12-07 04:34:09

If the car will start, but will not turn off, the gear that connects to the ignition switch rod is probably broken. When you take the steering column apart, you will be able to see if it is broken. If it is, when you buy the rod, you get the gear with it as an assembly. If you are not familiar with the working of a steering column, you may want to leave this one to a pro., it can get aggravating to line everything up right.

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