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Switch on your ignition system and start your car without problems with a quality Ignition Switch or Ignition Switch Replacement today/
Lighting was responsible for bringing the monster Frankenstein to life. While your vehicle doesn't rely on lighting to get it going, it does rely on an electrical component to generate the power needed to start the engine. This component is the Ignition Switch.
This switch is responsible for powering the engine, as well as numerous electrical accessories. It begins to work the minute you insert the car keys to start the engine. Generally, this component has four settings, which can be accessed by turning the key column: off, on, electrical, and start. The off setting is obviously used whenever the car is parked; the on setting powers the car's systems; the electrical setting lets you operate electrical accessories without starting the car; and the start setting engages the engine. A faulty switch will prevent you from starting your car and accessing any of the four settings.
There are many indications of a broken Ignition Switch. One indication is when your radio or your wipers fail to activate despite your attempts to twist your key to the start or electrical setting. The moment this happens or your car fails to generate during start up, you should consider buying an ignition switch replacement. You can easily find a good universal ignition switch at online retailers. But it's always better to purchase parts that are specifically built for your car's make and model. This way, you will not have problems with specifications and compatibility.

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    Have you ever experienced problems starting up your car's engine? When, despite your best efforts, the engine just won't start up? It may be the ignition switch that's acting up. If that's the case, then no amount of fixing things under the hood is going to solve it. What you need is brand new switch.Each switch includes the ignition lock cylinder, circuit and wiring harness, plus keys. Replacing the switch should be pretty straightforward. Depending on where your factory switch is located, you may have to remove or at least loosen a couple of interior panels.Before tearing apart the old ignition switch, makes notes as to where the wires or plugs go to. Proper installation prevent starting issues in the future. Also make sure not to damage or misplace any of these wires. Otherwise, the switch circuit may get grounded.If you have questions about installing a new switch, call our hotlines here at Auto Parts Deal. Our agents are willing to give information about the product and its application.


    • The switch ensures that you can quickly crank the engine.

    • Our ignition switches offer four positions: off, accessories, on, and start.

    • We have ignition switches with limited mileage warranty.