The car was shutting off intermittently while driving. Researched the vin with the local dealer and found that the ignition switch had been replaced in 2002. All research pointed to this being the problem. Bought a new ignition switch and installed it and there is now no power to the instrument cluster and nothing happens when I try to start the car. Put the old ignition switch in and still have not power and the car wont start. No power to the starter, no instrument panel lights, no head lights. Battery is good and no fuses are blown.
After replacing the ignition switch the car will not start on 1999 Acura TL
by Jimmytl99 in Lawrenceville, GA on October 03, 2013
ANSWER by goodguy on October 04, 2013
either you have a broken wire going to the igniton switch or a faulty switch
i have replaced my starter, battery, and i have replaced my starter relay fuse. I checked the ground wires on my car, what is wrong with my car?? any help would be nice
For about a month every time I turned the key on my 2004 Acura TL it would intermittently start upon turning the key. I would turn the key and I could hear the throttle plate open and the fuel pump...