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How to Install a New Ignition Switch
I received my lock cylinder and installed it on the same day. It took me 2.5 hours to do the job. Used a 90-degree drill to remove the bolts from the lock. Here are the pics I took.
Volvo S70 2000 won’t start
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Volvos are known for reliability, but they do have issues, particularly as they age. If you have an older Volvo with an ignition switch that’s traditional, where you insert a key and turn it to start the car, it can fail, and knowing how it works and why it fails is helpful.
The ignition switch and ignition lock cylinder work together and provide power to the vehicle. They also allow start the car. Different positions of the key and switch power on different functions of the car. One position powers the Volvo’s accessories, the next powers the car’s ignition, and the final setting turns the engine.