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Does it just kill like you shut the key off ?
If so I would say you have a loose wire or shorting wire in the ignition , that when you turn the steering wheel to the right( the side the igniton tumbler is on) it is catching a wire or shorting.
Please let me know what you find.
the starter might need to be shimmed. i'm not sure what the starter sounded like when you tried it, but if it sounds like it is grinding, you may need to purchase a shim from the parts store. i also don't know how long you tried to crank the starter, but it may just be overheating. (they do get ho quickly) if you burn out the solenoid, you are out of luck. i would take the starter off the motor and have it tested at the autopart store. (some junkyards will do it too, i've had more honest answers from the local junkyard than a few part stores).
I do believe the FORD is located under ther hood either on the firewall or on L/S wheel housing. Have encountered many , many faulty control modules. There came a time if you came across a Ford product with a no start, you automatically suspected it, and 90% of the time you were right.