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Hi David,

This link will show you what you need to know, read below as it’s a simple process I describe below, here’s a link to a video outlining the process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNRkdEMM_Jo

This will be simple. Remove the distributor cap and mark the rotor's position(very important)pointing relative to your distributor cap/housing, also mark your distribitor's position in relation to the engine so that you can put it back exactly as it was to begin with. Now unplug anything in the way and pull your distributor Remove a metal that's holding your pickup coil in place(on your distributor) by simply tapping it out with a small metal punch or similar device. After removing the pin, slide the pickup coil up the distributor shaft and when you get to the top just swap them and reassemble everything in the reverse order of how you took it apart. Take your time and just do it carefully, you'll be done in no time.

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The transmission is probably in limp-in mode, and should have an associated check engine light code/DTC. Something like that can be based on sensor issues or an actual problem inside the transmission.

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say service manual. if it overheated the sensor is not the problem. the thermostat could be though

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I take help from online websites that have this service like helping in repair some like reliable-store have instant help.. others are a bit slow which I don't prefer... rest is up to u.. U can also get free manuals

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You will need to take off the inside cover and look and see if there is an obstruction keep it from moving. A lot of the time the lock assembly just needs to be lubed with a lube spray.

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Sorry ,but you need a better mechanic . This wouldn't be the relay .if it was the relay it would do it all the time . Hooking up a professional scan tool an checking sensor input data to the PCM- engine computer is what should be done . What are the fuel trims at ? short & long trims , are the O2 sensors switching normally , what's the mass airflow sensor data ? any codes stored . It just so happens the relay on your vehicle is a PCB relay . Printed circuit board relay . Which means it's inside the under hood fuse , soldered to the circuit board . Do yourself a favor an take it to a qualified repair shop.

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try under the right headlight. if not there its in the fusebox under your hood

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for drive behind accelator pedal for passnger in next side

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It should be under the battery, on the front passenger side. You will need to take out the battery and the battery plate or tray (3 bolts) and it will be down under that. See this youtube video for location. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSOIWW0q_Ic

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I saw this problem on a 2010 chev diesel. We had to disconnect the battery. His problem was the ignition switch shorted out causing current to feed the starter . There maybe a broken connection with the switch mechanism that is not allowing the switch to change the internal selection slide.
Now if the key is stuck and not returning, then the tumblers may have come apart . This would require a new key and tumbler assembly.

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