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Old 27 Sep 2003, 09:00 pm
Jimmy Chua
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Default 93 Integra Ignition Switch Replacement

Hi all,
I was able to remove the ignition switch this afternoon for the 93
Integra
that had the sudden stall problem.What a pain to remove the right
philip screw!

There are a couple of things that I like some help on:

1. How do you remove the switch for " cleaning the contact". It
seems that
the three " tower of Hanoi" plastics pieces are firmly attched to the
black wiring piece? I like to check if the contacts are reall badly
burned or not!

2. I decide to buy a swicth from the local dealer ( $69.50 + tax).
However,
my car has the anti-thief ( prolock connector that was connected to
the "grey-white wire from the main connector). The prolock connector
looks like a 6 pin
parallel port connector. Two red and black wires are inserted between
the grey-white wire, I think it provides the 12v line to the prolock!!

I do not wish to reinstall this pro-lock connector now. Can I
just bypass
this black and red wires from the prolock connector???


Thanks agin for your help.
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Old 30 Sep 2003, 12:23 pm
Jimmy Chua
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Default Re: 93 Integra Ignition Switch Replacement

Just a followup to my problem:

I have replaced the new electrical switch and also bypass the alarm cable
but I still have the car stalling out on me :-(

The following are what I have replaced so far:

1. rebuilt/new igintion/distributor unit ( ~ $450 parts)
2. New main relay ( ~ 60.0)
3. new electrical switch (~70.0)

I guess the next thing to check/replace is the fuel pump?

Any other wisdom on this????

Thanks again....



jchua888@hotmail.com (Jimmy Chua) wrote in message news:<63bcc694.0309271800.46a08ae5@posting.google. com>...
> Hi all,
> I was able to remove the ignition switch this afternoon for the 93
> Integra
> that had the sudden stall problem.What a pain to remove the right
> philip screw!
>
> There are a couple of things that I like some help on:
>
> 1. How do you remove the switch for " cleaning the contact". It
> seems that
> the three " tower of Hanoi" plastics pieces are firmly attched to the
> black wiring piece? I like to check if the contacts are reall badly
> burned or not!
>
> 2. I decide to buy a swicth from the local dealer ( $69.50 + tax).
> However,
> my car has the anti-thief ( prolock connector that was connected to
> the "grey-white wire from the main connector). The prolock connector
> looks like a 6 pin
> parallel port connector. Two red and black wires are inserted between
> the grey-white wire, I think it provides the 12v line to the prolock!!
>
> I do not wish to reinstall this pro-lock connector now. Can I
> just bypass
> this black and red wires from the prolock connector???
>
>
> Thanks agin for your help.

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