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F250 powerstroke on startup the starter engaged and wld not stop

Startup on a cold morning the ignition engaged the starter and would not disengage. The only way I could stop the starter was to disconnect the battery cables. Even with the ignition key removed it would not stop. I installed a new starter and cellinoid about 3 weeks ago. The ignition key did not seem to have the normal push back to neutral after releasing the twist to engage the starter.

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    Disconnected battery to stop

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Sounds like the return spring is worn or dislodged

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