Well, I don't know what model of Honda you are talking about, but they are all pretty similar. Don't forget to check other things first that cause similar symptoms. A defective clutch switch (manual transmission) or neutral safety switch (automatic transmission) can both disable the ignition switch. If you are sure the ignition switch is the problem, then follow these steps: First, disconnect the negative battery cable. Next, you'll need to remove the plastic trim covering the steering column. Once you do that, the ignition switch should be exposed. Turn the Key to the "lock" position. It should be held on by a couple of bolts. Disconnect the wiring harnesses and remove the bolts. Install is reverse of removal.
no the switch can be independly remove from the back side of the ignition lock
its inside the distributor cap
Remove the ignition switch retaining nut. Pull the ignition out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition barrel. Reverse the process to install the new ignition.
i had to replace the ignition switch on my 94 sunbird 2 weeks ago...mine has no airbag, and hopefully for this repair yours doesnt either. you have to remove the steering wheel. on the ignition switch there is a bolt that simply screws out. i dont think i had to remove anything else...maybe the turn signal switch, but nothing major. remove the ignition switch, and replace with the new one. line up the bolt holes, and replace bolt. put steering wheel back on, and youre done.
Check the fuse.
Check Gas pump and relays
How change ignition switch in Lexus ES 300
No, there is no on/off switch.
unhook neg battery cable then wait 10 mins for disgarge of capaciter then proceed to change ignition
Honda does not equip their vehicles with an inertia switch.
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