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Unread 07-15-2013, 05:32 PM   #16
tmsbandman
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Geez! About to throw in the towel. Spent a few hours on it today, but no luck. I have replaced multifunction, ignition switch, and relay. Is there anything electrical in the actual lock cylinder? It looks like it's all just mechanical until it reaches the actual switch. I don't see any wires or contacts on it. Hate to pay someone to fix it, but this is my son's "learner vehicle."

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Unread 07-16-2013, 08:22 PM   #17
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Geez! About to throw in the towel. Spent a few hours on it today, but no luck. I have replaced multifunction, ignition switch, and relay. Is there anything electrical in the actual lock cylinder? It looks like it's all just mechanical until it reaches the actual switch. I don't see any wires or contacts on it. Hate to pay someone to fix it, but this is my son's "learner vehicle."
No I don't believe there is anything electrical in the cylinder lock. But is possible for the inside of cylinder to b worn out to point it's not pulling and pushing the push rod that is connected to the ignition switch. That happened on my CJ when I first got it. May be a pain but if you can access your steering column to see if the rod is placing the ignition switch in proper position in relation to key position.

Door locks if I remember correctly....the passengers door is the master(first in line after fuse) and all the other door locks are fed from there. Maybe that will get you in good start position on that??

Still no blinkers???? Might b point where you have to ring out wires from one connector to next to make sure you don't have a broken wire somewhere.
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