How to bypass the bravo's ignition switch?

gros21
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How to bypass the bravo's ignition switch?

Unread post by gros21 » April 19th, 2017, 9:09 am

OK so I'm pretty sure my bravo has a dodgey ignition switch (apparently common) so I'll simply add a button to bypass it. Can anyone tell me what wires I need to wire this switch to, etc?

This is not hot wiring the car, as the key must still be turned etc, I'm just looking at bypassing the key activated switch.

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Re: How to bypass the bravo's ignition switch?

Unread post by hoyks » April 19th, 2017, 5:06 pm

If you take the shroud off behind the steering wheel, it is simple enough to remove the key barrel to get to the actual ignition switch. Then you just need a screw driver, or even the key to turn the switch.

A new barrel and steering lock wasn't too much. Certainly cheaper than the starter motors it seemed to eat whenever I loaned it to anyone.

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