It would help if we knew the year, make and model. It has to be something you did when you changed the ignition.
try taking the ignition control module to oreilly's to have it tested. How long ago were the plugs wires cap and rotor replaced?
No, you do not.
When they develop a fault.
sure it can
Did you activate the anti-theft system when you changed the ignition switch? If it has been activated you will need to have it reprogrammed at the dealer. good luck!
The security light comes on after you changed the keys in the ignition from the off position to the on position as a confirmation that the electrical components in the dash board are working. It is nothing to be concerned about.
all cars start of with matching locks/ignition and key so the ignition or locks must have been changed
It is changed when the fuel pump is replaced.
Sounds like a short circuit to me. You are getting power to the coil when the ignition is off, so you'll need to track down where the power is getting to the coil lead when the switch is off. If you have added an electronic tach, MSD box, or anything else, remove their wires and see if you still have power at the coil. Also check the starter solenoid (and the wiring that goes to it) the voltage regulator, and alternator. Even an aftermarket car stereo can short out and put voltage in places it's not supposed to be if it has a power wire for a constant "hot" power source. Those are your most likely culprits. If it's none of them, the problem is in the wiring harness itself. Look for any areas that the wiring harness has come in contact with heat like the exhaust and melted.
The 327 cubic inch Chevrolet's distributor had points and condenser and not an ignition module. If you have an ignition module then you have a HEI distributor that was changed out.
1) Check for ignition problem. If you have a distributor, pay special attention to distibutar pickup and also ignition wires. 2) Check the TPS. Voltage should change smoothly as you move the throttle.
You should buy the Bentley manual as the ignition switches have changed over the years.
If you lost the keys and you can prove that you are the titled owner. The Chrysler dealer can order an ignition key with the VIN number. You may have to have the door locks replaced, if the door key is different from the ignition key. If that fails, try an auto electric shop to get the locks changed, maybe even a locksmith.
did you changed your thermostat? You MUST keep around 195 degree thermostat in the vehicle at ALL TIMES due to the computer system. The ignition module usually gets hot due to corroded electrical connections at the ignition module and or the module is HEAT SENSITIVE and needs to be replaced. (plug wires) Ignition misfire can produce a variety of driveability symptoms including hard starting, rough idle, hesitation....
Sure it can be replaced.
I am no mechanic but i just had my ignition coils changed on my ford expedition and there are 8 it was expensive to fix .
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it sound like your ignition switch need to be changed ,,, i just done that ,had to changed it
You didn't mention whether you've changed the coil wire itself. If it's faulty, you'll get no spark anywhere. Also, the power supply to the coil or module could be at fault.
changed ignition coil it worked tehn next time it was the module which it happened again changed it now a fourth time can something be making that go bad or is it not ac delco original parts
that they are all the same. Besides the difference in money.
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