Replacing these ignition switch and ignition lock will cause a dead battery and no start problems. The small gear on the ignition switch must be in the proper position or alignment with the ignition lock cylinder if it isn't the switch will remain on when you have removed the ignition key an will not rotate the ignition switch to the proper position to tell the engine to start.
Make sure the alignment of the ignition switch gear is correct. If not turn gear with small flat head screw driver until is stops. On the ignition cylinder housing use a screwdriver to rotate the lock cylinder housing gear counter clockwise until it hits a stop then connect the connector to the ignition switch. Install ignition switch into the lock cylinder housing. Use a screwdriver to rotate the lock cylinder housing gear clockwise to start position- allowing it to spring return into the run position. Align the lock cylinder and install the lock cylinder into the lock cylinder housing. Then reinstall else in reverse order of disassembly.
Start here after a charged battery assuming the battery is still good.
Let me know if this answers your question or if you have any more questions.
Talk to you soon, TY
Friday, August 23rd, 2013 AT 9:24 PM