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Old 10-14-2021, 01:40 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by ditchdoc7969 View Post
You put the key in and wait 3-4 seconds then it will crank… not 2 or 5 seconds… 3-4. If you try to crank before or after, it clicks as if a dead battery. If you do it in the designated 3-4 second window there are no issues.

My advice: leave it as it is, you know how to start it, so not a big deal. Yes, could be a clever anti-theft device, I like it (but would have zero idea how to make one).


Just like spraying the windshield washer and then separately engaging the wipers, we learn how to do workarounds...
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