GM How to Replace Ignition Lock Cylinder
Buick Lesabre, Park Avenue, Chevy Monte Carlo, Caprice, Malibu, Olds 88.
Any 90's GM car into 2000's. If your Security Light is Flashing and Your
Car Won't Start, or Crank...Look into This as The Solution!!!
Fixing A Broken Ignition Switch
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 46 years, shows how you can fix a
broken ignition switch in your vehicle. And, If you like my car help, be
sure to watch my live car talk show every Saturday morning at 10 AM CST on
YouTube. I answer your car questions LIVE there. Just check it out at
eature=c4-overview . And remember, every TUESDAY I upload a new video, so
don't miss them.
How to diagnose a bad starter, ignition, neutral safety switch!
The re are 3 wires or electrodes on all starters. One is the large bolt
that is attached to the main positive battery cable. One is the small wire
that is sometimes purple that is attached to the ignition switch "key". And
one is just a copper wire or electrode that supplies a ground/power to the
starter from the solenoid.
1991 F150 Remove steering wheel to replace/repair key and tumbler
Key would not turn forward to start the car. I had to remove the steering
wheel to drill out the metal button holding the key and tumbler set in.
Normally, you can turn the key to start and insert a long rod upwards
through the hole on the lower side of the steering column to press the
button which releases the key and tumbler. Since my key would not turn
forward, I had to take the steering wheel off to fix it.
General Motors Ignition Lock Cylinder Replacement
Seems confusing, but its not when you get into it. GM lock cylinders have a
tendency to wear out to the point where a key is not necessary to start a
vehicle. Door lock cylinders work different when they are wore out, in most
cases with door lock cylinders the right key wont unlock the door.
Leaf-Blower Supercharging a 1978 Chevrolet Monza Spyder! - Roadkill Episode 16
On this episode of Roadkill, it's fun with Leaf Blowers. Experts on the
Internet said it would never work. That's never stopped Freiburger and
Finnegan, and this time on Roadkill the guys put the theory to the test:
can hardware-store leaf blowers supercharge an engine and make power? Step
one was buying a '78 Monza Spyder with a 305 V8 and a four-speed stick.
Step two was to take it to the shop of HOT ROD Drag Week racer Jeff Lutz to
tune it up, swap the engine to a 350, Dyno test it with five leaf
blowers, and do a whole bunch of needless burnouts. Step three was to drive
the Monza to Willmington, Ohio, for the East Coast Timing Association's
Ohio Mile event, a standing-mile race where they'd find out if leaf-blower
power adds up to more speed in the real world. The outcome? Who really
cares? Because on Roadkill, it's always about the adventure. And more
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Buick Lesabre Steering Column Reassembly
This is a video of me reassembling the steering column in my 1990 Buick
Lesabre after tearing it apart. I had to make the shifter move but had
lost the keys. In the process I dislodged a vital component of the ignition
system, a metal rod spanning the gap between the igintion tumbler and the
ignition switch. My solution? A pull switch start :)
Chevrolet ignition lock cylinder replacement (easy way)
This is an easy way to remove your ignition lock cylinder without removing
the steering wheel and other covers. You have to drill a small hole in the
top steering column cover to access to retaining pin on the lock cylinder.
This is easily done and can be done in minutes instead of hours.
Edit: somehow I merged two videos together.
Ignition Lock Cylinder Replacement (GM cars w/ PASSkey theft systems)
View Standard's instructional video to learn how to replace your vehicle's
ignition lock cylinder. This video should be viewed prior to product
installation and will show you how to change the ignition lock cylinder in
mid-1990s GM cars with the PASSkey 1 or 2 theft systems with the resistor
pellet on the key.
This video covers part numbers: US-160L, US-161L, US-205L, US-212L,
US-218L, US-222L, US-271L
Visit us at: http://www.standardbrand.com