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I changed the two switches and when I turned off the engine, it kept running with the key in my hand. We disconnected the switches and connected one at a time. Window switch - car shut off fine. Mirror switch - car kept running. We disconnected the conection and the engine stopped. What is causing this weird thing! Is my mirror possessed?
Sounds wierd but if you explained this correctly, that when mirrors or dis connected car will shut off, if this is correct then there is a short back feeding power to the ignition or computer keeping the engine running, check the wiring going to mirrors and see if there are shorted wires, this is where i would start
Posted on Dec 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i just replaced a elec mirror switch in a 2000 beatle and the new one doesn't work and all the fuses are good .any suggestions?
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 dodge intrepid won't start
If the key is returning to the 'Run' position as it should, then either a relay controlling the solenoid or the solenoid itself is hanging up. The heavy contacts that send power to the starter can develop rough surfaces that can temporarily weld themselves together causing the starter to run on even though the engine is running and the key has returned to the proper position. There is also a spring that should normally help return the solenoid's contacts to their 'off' position that may be weakened.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: engine won't stop running
First of all;
1- If your engine fuel “gas" accelerator linkages not binding or wedges between
other parts of frame or engine!!!
Look for the above problem first, then if it's OK.
2- Your car engine timing could be ON ****** NOT on advance....
Timing should be always on advance (which is the correct
situations" """ Timing in advance start from "0”, "4" "6" ,"8",
IN ****** start from "0”, "4”, etc.
If you have improper TIMING (especially in ******) you'll have
mostly very high temperature most of the time, which will
eventually damage your engine AND it's (the temperature)
is a KILLER for your Automatic
(If your transmission is) transmission.
I hope I helped you.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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