OK I don't know your level of expertise, but to test the switch, remove it from the car, shake it until it trips, then test continuity between the terminals, there should be none. If it passes reinstall it, then reset it. The other part of this is are there any stored codes? Test involves with and without codes, a bad ignition switch can crank the engine give spark but no fuel. If codes are stored, get them read if you can, or buy a cheap scanner, they can be had for about $40.00, a great investment since all cars sold in USA from 96 to present can be scanned for "P" codes.
Friday, March 14th, 2008 AT 6:41 PM