Q: Car will not turn off when I let go of the switch.

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Hi I checked out the switch good ECU good coil good throttle position sensor good mass airflow sensor replaced can It be ignition igniter when I try to started it my Engine kicks back with the key off

My car has 178 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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