Try under the dash near the glove box.
the ignition switch is located on top of the steering column under the dash, held on with 2 screws
on the top side of the steering column under the dash
The ignition switch(not to confused with the ignition key lock cylinder)is located on the steering column under the dash.Some models can be a little tricky to reach.Most would be accessible by dropping the steering column.Not a hard job to do.
The ignition switch is on the steering column under the dash about 18 inches from the floor.
A 1999 Honda Civic Ignition switch is located under the steering column. Remove the steering column. The switch is seen connecting to the dash harness and lock cylinder. Unplug the switch from both places and replace with a new unit.
You need a transponder key in the ignition switch, not under the dash. The sensor is located near the ignition switch and it has a very short range of sensitivity.
I've had the same issue, It's a bad ignition switch, replace the ignition switch and you should be good to go. P.S. the ignition switch is located under the steering column, it's held in by 2 screws, but it can be a hassle to remove.
95 truck manthe ignition switch is the thing you stick your truck key into to start the motor.the starter is under the hood,located at the bottom of the engine.follow the "hot" lead frpm the battery.goes right to the starter motor. Nope, this guy is wrong. The thing you stick your key in is the ignition cylinder or lock. The ignition switch is a separate unit. Both are available for replacement. The cylinder itself is just a mechanical unit which operates the electro-mechanical ignition switch located a bit further down the column.
Probably the ignition switch. HavE IT CHECKED OUT> neutral safety switch......located under the shifter panel
The ignition module is located in the distributor under the rotor, it plugs in.
The electronic ignition switch is located just underneath the turn signal multi function switch on the left hand side of the steering column. To replace take of the steering column cover long Phillips screw driver. unscrew the 2 Phillips screws on the drivers under panel remove the 2 torx screws on the multifunction switch unplug the ignition switch wires and remove w/ a torx screwdriver
It is under the timing cover on a 3.0L
You must first take out two screws under the steering column (directly under steering wheel) then take off the cover, then under the ignition switch there is a small pin, you push that pin in and pull on the ignition switch and it will come out easily. Take note; you must push the pin in and pull on the switch at the same time.
ignition control module is located under the distributor cap
you have to go under the dash and take out the steering column. and the ignition switch should have a wire going down to the bottom of the column coming from the ignition lock.
Under $20 from the dealer
top of colum under dash
I can't provide a diagram, but I can tell you where the Flasher Relay is located. It is located in the front seating area, passenger side, under dash, mounted behind glove compartment.
Under the flux capacitor
If you are talking about the ign switch and not key switch. It is located under the dash, mounted on top the steering column
It is located under the lower dashboard. Remove the lower dashboard and then remove the two nuts holding the steering column up. Get rid of the plastic shell around the switch area. It is an inverted star socket.
The fuse panel on the Virago is under the instrument light cluster that surrounds the ignition switch where the neutral indicator light is located.
The ignition switch is usually mounted to the steering column and is operated by a linkage rod.NOTE On column-mounted ignition switches, don't confuse the switch with the lock cylinder and keys. The ignition switch is not normally visible. On some vehicles, the steering column support has to be removed and the column lowered to find the ignition switch. On others, the switch is accessible under the dash.The ignition switch is operated by the key switch. Courtesy of Ford Motor Company. To replace the switch:Remove the ignition switch wiring harness.Unbolt it from its position.Bolt the new switch into position.Attach the wiring harness.
The ignition switch is usually mounted to the steering column and is operated by a linkage rod. NOTEOn column-mounted ignition switches, don't confuse the switch with the lock cylinder and keys. The ignition switch is not normally visible. On some vehicles, the steering column support has to be removed and the column lowered to find the ignition switch. On others, the switch is accessible under the dash.The ignition switch is operated by the key switch. Courtesy of Ford Motor Company. To replace the switch: * Remove the ignition switch wiring harness. * Unbolt it from its position. * Bolt the new switch into position. * Attach the witing harness.