Need instructions on how to replace ignition switch on 2005 Kia Amanti

Asked by Aug 05, 2015 at 05:07 PM about the 2005 Kia Amanti

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I replaced my ignition switch with a new one but now the car won't crank. It will turn over but not crank. What should I do now?

3 Answers

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Maybe your switch is bad and it keeps on the battery circuit. Try a new switch or check how much volt there is on your battery

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The 2005 Amanti with leather seats (not cloth or vinyl) has an immobilation module that senses the key. New keys (that come with the ignition switch have a chip in them that will allow the car to start once it is programmed into the car using a 6 digit code and the key. This is not a Do It Yourself operation. Call an automotive locksmith and he can code the car to the key. Hope this helps

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Additionally there are 2 different sets the locksmith must use depending on what time of the year the car was made. An old 6 digit pin and a new 6 digit pin. If the old one does not work - the new one should. However this can only be tried 3 times or a lock out occurs. Once locked out the key must be in the "on" position for at least 1 hour for the car to reset so the key can be matched back up.

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