Question about Ford F-100
You should have battery power going into ign switch. if you do not then your wiring from switch to battery is open somewhere. i cant pull a schematic on this but would assume it is not connecting thru a junction block trace this wire back to its source and find where you are losing power
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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