A few days ago I got in my 95 Corolla to leave work and the key wouldn't turn. After playing with it I managed to get it to turn to accessory, but that's as far as it would go. Luckily for me, I work at a hardware store and had access to tools to get the bolts out to access the ignition tumbler and switch. I was able to remove the switch from the back of the tumbler and relocate it under the dash so I can get my car to start.
Here is my question: How can I wire in a few switches to make a push button start? I have a momentary switch (normally off) for starting, a push button switch with LED backlight for accessory, and a SPST toggle switch that I want to wire in before the push button as a security measure. The thing is I'm having a hard time finding any information on which wires I need to connect the switches to in order to successfully start my car without damaging anything. I just need to know which pins are what and which ones need to be wired together.
I would appreciate any information you might be able to give me to help me figure this out. This car is getting me by just fine and I don't want to put $80 into a tumbler for a 24 year old car. It just doesn't seem like I should have to if I already have these switches laying around.