Good for you Rudy, I got away from Mechanics for over 20 years but got back into it in '86' and specialized this type of problem afer '92'. I ran into it so much I had to learn how to find it an fix it.
It's nice to know the guy on the other end can do stuff since changing your Ign is a job.
All righty then, since your starter turns you will need to stop at a parts supplier and pick up a new Ignition Lock Cylinder. Most people call this an Ignition Switch but you and I both know it isn't and most parts people with any experience know it too.
Your new switch will have an Orange insulator with two white wires inside and locking clips at the end.
To test your ign you will need two keys for your old lock and one must turn the ignition in your car now and the other must have a working chip.
Remove the modular wiring connection under your dash and unclip the turnsignal wiring connector so you can work on it and use a stiff spring end or a very, very, very small screwdriver end to remove the old white wires from the wiring block without damaging the holes. I use to use an old spring from a tilt wheel lock rod, but yours won't have one of these that can be used, the newer one's are too weak and too attached to the Ignition cam gear to be worth much for this job.
Once the old wires are removed insert the new wires and make sure they lock in place, then put the T/S connector back in the block and insert the modular assembly back into the receiver and screw it back on.
Once the wiring block is back in place use an old key to turn your ignition to crank with a chipped key plugged into the new ignition. The one lying on the floor under the dash.
Yea! I know it won't turn but just plug the chip key in anyway so we have a circuit with the right resistance value. The key in the old ignition doesn't even need a chip, or an ign for that matter, a pair of needlenose pliers will work just fine if the old lock is removed.
If it's the security system wiring from the old lock, it shoud fire right up, provided the battery isn't dead, or I was dead wrong.
If I'm right, and I have my fingers crossed, you won't need to buy any tools so all you'll need to so is buy a new key, OR TWO, for your new ignition and you're good to go.
I have my fingers crossed and I'll be available if needed.
I'll keep my fingers crossed just in case, and
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