Had to disconnect the wires under the steering column of a 97 saturn sl2. The wires went two places, 4 wires (red, orange, yellow and black) connected to some wires underneath the steering wheel. The other 4-6 (white, green, red, and a plug that consisted of both a brown and blue wire) went to some other wires under where the car radio would be, and connected just right under the cup holder area. There were two small black and blue wires grounded. All of these wires were connected to a white plug that seemed to be meant to plugged into another part which I don't have. After these were disconnected, there has been no power to the car at all. Can someone provide me instructions on which wires to connect where so that the car may start again?
In addition, this was all initiated because of my car not starting in the first place. I believe it's due to the security system of the car, considering the car's headlights and dome lights would work, but the radio wouldn't turn on and the car never attempted to start (wouldn't turn over, when the key was turned to run, it would just go quiet). Should the system be removed, or is there a way to bypass this fault so that I can start the car again?
Monday, April 2nd, 2012 AT 2:58 AM