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Part# 924-704 Ignition Switch Actuator Pin for Sebring Prowler Cirrus PT Cruiser Dodge Neon Stratus Cherokee Liberty Wrangler Plymouth Breeze Neon Prowler – 4664099


Price: $17.99
(as of Sep 29,2020 05:46:33 UTC – Details)


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what is Ignition Switch?

The ignition switch is one of the most important electronic components. An ignition switch, starter switch or start switch is a switch in the control system of a motor vehicle that is used to start the vehicle, run accessories, turn off the engine, and lock the steering wheel. It is usually located on the steering column, on the dash, or in the center console.

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Replace OE Number:

924-704, 4664099

4664100, 4664101

4664102, 4690492

4690492AB, 4690492AC

4690493, 4690493AB

4690494, 4690494AB

4690495, 4690495AB

4690518AB, 4690518AC

Please check your OE number before you order it.

1995 – 2001 Plymouth Neon 2.0L L4 Gas

1999 – 2001 Plymouth Prowler 3.5L V6 Gas

1996 – 2000 Plymouth Breeze 2.0L 2.4L L4 Gas

This Ignition Switch fits for the following vehicles:

1996 – 2000 Cirrus 2.0L 2.4L L4 Gas 2.5L V6 Gas

2001 – 2002 Prowler 3.5L V6 Gas

2001 – 2005 PT Cruiser 2.4L L4 Gas

1996 – 2006 Sebring 2.4L L4 Gas 2.5L 2.7L 3.0L V6 Flex/Gas

1995 – 2005 Dodge Neon 2.0L 2.4L L4 Gas

1996 – 2006 Dodge Stratus 2.0L 2.4L L4 Gas 2.5L 2.7L 3.0L V6 Gas/Flex

1997 – 2001 Cherokee 2.5L L4 Gas 4.0L L6 Gas

1999 – 2004 Grand Cherokee 4.0L L6 Gas 4.7L V8 Gas

1997 – 2006 Wrangler 2.4L 2.5L L4 Gas 4.0L L6 Gas

2002 – 2007 Liberty 2.4L L4 Gas 3.7L V6 Gas

How to Install an Ignition Switch?

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Common symptoms of a failing ignition switch:

When your ignition switch fails, it can cause a number of different issues.

Symptom 1: Stalling. If your vehicle is stalling or turning off on its own, an ignition switch problem may exist. If the vehicle stalls, but does not show any loss of power, then the ignition switch may be failing.

Symptom 2: No start. A failing ignition switch can cause your vehicle to have starting problems. It can cause anything from a no-crank/no-start to a crank/no-start. If the contacts inside of the switch fail, they will not make proper contact, which will cause open circuits in the switch.

Symptom 3: Electrical malfunctions. Since your ignition switch is responsible for the on and off toggle for most of the electrical circuits in your vehicle, it can cause a series of electrical problems. Depending on the design of the vehicle electrical system, it can cause anything from a total loss of electrical power to only a few circuits not working.

Ignition switch replacement steps:

Your ignition switch is typically located right behind the key cylinder (where you insert your key). This may be in the steering column or in the dash. You will need to remove any covers or dash panels to access the switch.

Step 1: Park your vehicle and turn the ignition off.

Step 2: Install the memory saver per the manufacturer instructions. Using a memory saver will keep your vehicle computer from losing its memory, which prevents future drivability issues.

Step 3: Loosen the negative battery cable clamping bolt. Remove the cable from the battery and secure it away from the battery to prevent accidental contact.

Step 4: Remove the securing screws from the bottom steering column cover. There are typically three to four screws securing the lower column cover in place.

Step 5: Remove the lower steering column cover by separating it from the upper cover. The two covers are usually clipped together where they meet. Gently pull them apart to avoid breaking them.

Ignition switch replacement steps:

Step 6: Remove the upper steering column cover.

Step 7: Locate the ignition switch behind the ignition key cylinder.

Warning: If the vehicle is equipped with airbags, your airbag wiring will also be located under the cover. The airbag wiring is identified by its yellow covering. You must use caution when working around airbag wiring so that you do not cause any accidental airbag deployment.

Step 8: If necessary, remove the key lock cylinder. Every manufacturer will have different instructions for removing the key cylinder.

Some of them will be bolted in place. Others can be removed by inserting the key and turning it to the run position, then pulling the cylinder out.

Step 9: Disconnect the electrical connector from the ignition switch.

Step 10: Remove the ignition switch. Some ignition switches are bolted in place, and some use locking tabs that must be pressed to release the switch.

Ignition switch replacement steps:

Step 11: Install the new switch. Make sure that it is mounted securely, and that its electrical connector is snapped into place.

Step 12: Install the key cylinder.

Step 13: Install the upper steering column cover. If the dash panel was removed, install it now.

Step 14: Install the lower column cover. Snap it into place with the upper cover.

Step 15: Install the lower cover mounting screws. Tighten them until they are snug.

Step 16: Install the negative battery cable. Tighten the clamping bolt until it is snug.

Step 17: Remove the memory saver.

Your ignition switch is the primary part of your electrical system and will fail over time. Every vehicle will have a different process of testing the switch depending on the way that the electrical system is designed. Proper testing should always be done prior to replacing the ignition switch.

Cable length:

About 3M

Output Voltage:

DC 12V

Max Inflatable Pressure:

150PSI

The ignition switch is one of the most important electronic components. An ignition switch, starter switch or start switch is a switch in the control system of a motor vehicle that is used to start the vehicle, run accessories, turn off the engine, and lock the steering wheel. It is usually located on the steering column, on the dash, or in the center console.
This ignition switch actuator pin fits for 1996 – 2000 Cirrus, 2001 – 2002 Prowler, 2001 – 2005 PT Cruiser, 1996 – 2006 Sebring, 1995 – 2005 Dodge Neon, 1996 – 2006 Dodge Stratus, 1997 – 2001 Cherokee, 1999 – 2004 Grand Cherokee, 2002 – 2007 Liberty, 1997 – 2006 Wrangler, 1996 – 2000 Plymouth Breeze, 1995 – 2001 Plymouth Neon, 1999 – 2001 Plymouth Prowler, 1997 – 2006 Wrangler.
OE part number: 924-704, 4664099, 4664100, 4664101, 4664102, 4690492, 4690492AB, 4690492AC, 4690493, 4690493AB, 4690494, 4690494AB, 4690495, 4690495AB, 4690518AB, 4690518AC. Please check your OE number before you order it.
Every time you insert the key into an ignition switch, there are multiple mechanical levers (or tumblers) located inside the steering column that work together to engage the ignition switch. One of these parts is gnition switch actuator pin. It is a metal rod and a link that triggers an electrical signal to your engine starter and keeps your key securely locked inside the ignition switch.
When the ignition switch wears out on certain vehicles, the dealer’s option is to replace the entire steering column. Our ignition switch actuator pin saves time and money, allowing only the damaged component to be replaced.

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