Question about 1990 Ford Bronco
I was wondering if this could part of my problem too. When we turn the key nothing happens there is very little to no resistence. We changed out the ignition switch and it looks like the part that plugs into the switch has melted a little bit so maybe not getting good connection there. Please let me know what you think
You will have to replace the connector, the contacts have been overheated and you will have more problems, if you can't get a repair connector from Ford try getting a good used one, all Ford models used the hardshell section, you may have to move around wires and splice in any new connectors needed. Before you start make a simple diagram of where the wires go.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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