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Old 01-08-2012, 03:47 PM   #1
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93 Beaver Patriot Ignition

I need to replace the ignition switch, its not reliable. Any suggestions, it is on a spartan chassis.
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its going to be a standard automotive ignition switch. do do the keys look like a gm,chrysler or ford product? my beaver has a gm ignition switch. any good auto store should be able to replace it.just be sure to make a diagram and take pictures of the wiring if you take it out first
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my switch has a position to the far left saying charge. Is this on a standard key set?
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my switch has a position to the far left saying charge. Is this on a standard key set?
sorry for the bad info
suggest you call beaver coach works in bend,oregon
1-800-382-3597 if they don't have it they will direct to who does
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my switch has a position to the far left saying charge. Is this on a standard key set?
Yep. This is known as the accessory position and is common. Your switch is most likely a GM switch so you can remove it and take it to any GM dealer and get a replacement.
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