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I have a 1969 chevelle that is hard to start. The problem began right after I had the ignition cylinder lock replaced on the tilt column.
The car also has an under dash ignition kill switch installed by the previous owner and a remote starter solenoid setup.

So ,with the kill switch in the "on" position the engine turns over easily and as expected does not fire up. In the "off"position when I want the car to run the engine turns over very slowly and is hard to start. So where do I begin? Should I be looking at the rod that runs from the ignition cylinder to the ignition switch? What checks or adjustments do I need to make.

Thanks for any help, Peter
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