Only one ignition switch on the vehicle, has a white/black and a red wire running from it. First test the fuse labeled STARTER (10 amp) in the engine compartment fuse/relay box. If OK test starter relay, along with second fuse labeled STARTER (20 amp) and fuse labeled IG2 (30 amp) both in same location as first fuse. If all is good then the ignition switch and transaxle range switch will need tested.
Put the ignition key into the ignition switch and crank the engine. If the engine does not crank, and you hear a "click" when you first turn the key to the "III" position, then your ignition switch is not the problem. If your engine does not crank, and you do not hear a "click" when you turn your key to the "III" position, then your ignition switch is broken, and you need to have it replaced.
Thursday, May 20th, 2010 AT 3:53 PM