No, the ignition switch is not located in the tumbler assembly. If the key is stuck try turning the steering wheel each way while at the same time turning the key. If it will not come out then something is wrong with the assembly.
Check to see if you are getting fuel.
I THINK U NEED TO REPLACE THE STARTER
screeching is almost always a loose belt.
Could be. But it might be an alternator problem instead of a batery problem. You need a good alternator to keep the bttery recharged. I wouldn't run out and buy a battery without getting the alternator checked.
Getting electrical ignition parts wet will cause a misfire that will continue until the water is dried out or evaporates.
Bad spark plugs can cause a mini chopper to not get a spark. Another common cause is a bad ignition switch.
By turning the hot dog frequently you alternate the surface temperature keeping it from getting too hot which often is the cause of burning.
The parts inside the ignition can be corroding. Solution Spray some WD-40 in there if that doesn't work you may need a new ignition. Keys can wear down and cause this problem, you may want to try a new key before replacing the ignition switch.
if the battery isn't dead, or the terminals loose or dirty, number one cause - ignition problem (spark plugs not getting electricity)
Greed is cause by an obsessive desire of getting something.
Well, if your steering wheel was crooked it can cause the car to lock up, jiggle the steering wheel WHILE turning the key in the ignition.
Cause he is trapped there so he wants the other worlds to come to him or something like that
Is it a loud thump like something has hit under the car?
Sometimes wear on the key and/or ignition barrel can cause this. sometimes the steering lock is under load , and jostleing the wheel while turning the key can help.Try a little squirt of WD40 down the key hole.
Technically cranking good and turning over are the same thing. I assume you mean cranks good but doesn't run. Two common causes: 1) Fuel: not getting any. Tank empty, fuel pump dead, pressure regulator bad, fuel line blockage 2) Ignition: none. Bad ignition module or other ignition component. Less common cause: 1) Timing: timing belt/chain issue. If the timing belt or chain breaks or hops a notch then you may find you have both fuel and ignition but with the timing wrong it can't fire when its not getting ignition at the proper (compression) time.
It is located on the passenger side close to the firewall and it is down low
Something is keeping power to the ignition coil. You need a wiring schematic and trace the wiring.
Something that would cause someone to get into electric shock is getting struck by lightning! Also touching a power socket and getting shocked!
The ignition key.
Yes, the ignition on a trailblazer can cause head lights to work improperly.
Temperature can cause damage to the ignition coil. Temperature which is above 150 degrees Celsius can cause a great damage to it.
Is it the correct key? then the lock cylinder it damaged. Also have you tried turning the steering wheel to releive the preesure cause the wheels are turned ?
If the starter is turning over on the 1989 Honda Civic but the engine is not getting gas, the problem is more likely the fuel pump than the injectors. Clogged injectors might cause difficult starts but a damaged fuel pump will cause the vehicle to receive no fuel at all.
yes it causes vmiting sice something is getting injected in the body