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1988 justy starting up.

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#1 john allison

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Posted 06 September 2004 - 01:49 PM

I cannot start this car. It will not turn over and the stater was replaced and still nothing happens. I by passed the clutch switch to see if it was that and it was not. What do you think it may be ? Should I get a code tester and book and see if that will help solve the problem?

Please help if you know the answer.


#2 WagonsOnly


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Posted 06 September 2004 - 08:46 PM

The coil on my Justy has gone bad twice, as has the ignition switch and one of the modules/sensors between the ignition switch and the starter itself...ignition was not one of the Justy's strong points :-\

I would start by looking for any chewed wires, then bypass the ignition switch, then bypass all of the sensors/modules between the starter and the switch.

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