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First of all you should have more than one key. second if you try to hotwire it itll cost you a lot more in the end
Posted on Jun 11, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Lost my last igniton key
15 different coded keys. these are resistor pellets . ranging in different ohm values if you got a key cut that will turn the cylinder, try google ( passkey ii bypass ) there is a listing of all the ohms radio shack and purchase all of them $30 give or take, get to the two small orange wires around the lock cylinder and cut them close to the lock intall the resistors one at a time in place of where the lock would be ,until you hit the one that lets it stay cranked. no more resistor key needed
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
let someone else do it then. it has sensors which can be disrupted or shorted out.but if you want to.go to autozone.com and get the pictures and information of step by step. if not cantact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Taking out the tail shaft from the rear diff but before pulling out of the gearbox Drain the oil from the box,take out the shaft,Take off the battery earth lead,and now the starter motor.and the bottom metal plate at the bottom of the bellhousing (should be 4 small screws. and undo the 4 bolts on the flywheel metal plate which hold the torque converter on to engine. undo the bellhousing bolts and the top hose on the radiator ,and the gearbox X member and let down g/box slowley and slide it off WITH converter on the box ,
When refitting the other box its all in the reverse of removal (ALL OF IT) as well as the converter on the gearbox before it goes in as it fits on the shaft and turn it around and keep going untill it slips into the 2nd lot of splines and in line with the bell housing face.(Do not damage the g/box seal).
Let me know how you get on , Aussie Ron
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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