please give instructions on replacing the ignition switch on my 99 Malibu
can I switch ignition cylinder with a different ignition cylinder w/key in a 2004 chevy Malibu without having to use a passcode
how DO YOU REMOVE AN IGNITION CYLINDER FROM A MALIBU CHEVROLET 2000
The Malibu has been in production on and off for Fifty years, What year are you asking about?
You need to be more specific as to what you are referring. I am not sure if you are referring to the ignition switch or module.
I did it on a 98 Malibu by buying a remote starter and having it installed at car toys.
Remove the ignition module retaining ring. Pull the ignition barrel out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition barrel. Reverse the process to install the new ignition module.
needs a ignition cylinder and has to be reprogramed.
how do u disconnect the cable from the back how do you remove the ignition switch from a 2001 Chevy Malibu you have to put the old key in the ignition. then if you feel around on the bottom of the assembly you will find a small almost rectangular button. depress this and then proceed to turn the ignition clockwise. this will move it to the right position and if everything works correctly it will just slide out.
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Wait 20 minutes and try again
TRY TURNING THE KEY OVER.
Starter relay protects the ignition switch from excessive electrical draw.
No i have a 2002 malibu that had the same problem when i checked it was the park lock switch that was causing it
The neutral safety switch is bad, the ignition does not recognize it is in park. Your ignition switch may be bad.
One of the most common electrical problems with the 1999 Chevrolet Malibu is with the ignition switchÊhaving to be replaced. Another problem is the passlock sensor failing.
That would depend on the year and engine size. If you do not see a distributor then it is distributorless ignition.
on 3.1v6 they are---5-2---3-6---4-1
you are going to have to take the whole key cylinder out.
There is a sort somewhere in the starting system
Go to the junkyard and ask them for the part you need and have them look it up in the hollander book to see what other cars that have the same part that will fit your malibu.
take it to a dealer, man. my friend tried changing his and fried his ignition system. dealership cosy about $500 to replace. but cost my friend almost $2000 to fix his attempt
parts and labor will cost around 450.00 dollars