How do I disconnect the distributor cap on a 2004 Chevy Malibu to keep my kid from taking the car while I am sleeping??

Asked by Jul 23, 2012 at 04:57 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Malibu LS

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ok that doesnt have that type od ignition, however if its the 4 cylinder u can see a big plastic control module run across the top of motor if u disconnect the wire plug into that it wont start, also the 6cyl has a coil pack on backside of motor over the valve cover it has plug ins to it that u can actually see the spark plug wires to it...also its easier tio get into ur fuse box underhood and just pull ignition or fuel pump relay or fuse

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How about putting the keys in a safe place?

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trip65...she has a spare set.

715

Distributer? I have'nt seen that on a GM car since 1987! Anyway,find the fuse for the fuel pump,and pull it out.

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i too, would pull the pump fuse. fuel pump relay or starter relay is also easy to do.

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the bad thing about disableing the fuel pump is that there is still fuel in the line the car will start and run for a few moments before it runs out of gas. hopefully she 's not already in traffic when it does shut down. the plug on the spark control would be a better choice or buy a Club and lock the steering wheel.

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Thanks Ricko!

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thats Rucko ! nor Ricko

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