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Which part did the dealer replace under the recall?
Was the problem present before the ignition switch was replaced?
Sounds like a power loss due to a voltage drop. This can be due to a faulty ignition switch (most common) or can be due to a poor connection at the ignition switch or under hood fuse panel. Check connections carefully at the underhood fuse panel and at the ignition switch. Check the connection at the IGN SW fuse in the underhood fuse panel as well. If all connections are good then the switch is the likely culprit.
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Look for spread terminals in the connector. If the connector body is melted near any of the terminals, this is a sure sign of a poor connection.
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