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Droped my steering coluum in my 97 f-150 not it wont crank

I droped my steering coluum,now it wont crank in my 97 f-150

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Check the connections to your Shift Interlock switch. The brake pedal ever has a switch on it that has to be pressed to supply the go ahead for the starting circuit.

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