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When i turn the key to illuminate the ignition lights just before the final turn to start up, i have recently found that when i am switching the engine off i only need to turn the key a fraction and the engine cuts out. Sort of like it's just hanging on to the on position and wants to slip back.

When i took the dash covers off to have a look. I found that on the opposite side from where the key goes in, there is a cap type connection with four wires. I pushed this in and twisted it clockwise and that seemed to make the key stay in the on position better.

Any thoughts?

DC

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When i turn the key to illuminate the ignition lights just before the final turn to start up, i have recently found that when i am switching the engine off i only need to turn the key a fraction and the engine cuts out. Sort of like it's just hanging on to the on position and wants to slip back.

When i took the dash covers off to have a look. I found that on the opposite side from where the key goes in, there is a cap type connection with four wires. I pushed this in and twisted it clockwise and that seemed to make the key stay in the on position better.

Any thoughts?

DC

theres a small screw underneath that should be holding that block onto the back of the ignition barrel could check that is done up

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Can you be a little more detailed please?

I had a good look when all the facing was off and never seen any screws. Is it behind the cap with the four wires coming from it? If so, does the cap just pop out of place?

Cheers

DC

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