Question about 1988 Ford F 250
Has the truck been in a accident or driven in rough conditions? If so check for an inertia switch, they are usually located behind the passenger side kick panel or behind the glove box, you will find a red button on the top just press it and it should work, also there is a relay under the dash about the middle of the cab that is powered by a fusible link and the links will burn out just replace the fusible link and the problem is solved….
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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