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There isn't a relay for this year. I doubt the ignition switch is OK. I would first pull all the fuse and relays you can find(look and see if good). Then check fusible links(volt/ohm meter). Then start checking plugs. Check power and ground points(volt/ohm meter). Just a note.. I worked on the 60's to present cars.
Hi, if you put your key in to the ignition and the dash lights up and when you turn it to crank and nothing happens , well it can be a couple of things , i would need to know more of the symptoms , but if that is happening and you keep turning the key on and off and eventually it fires up , it is the ecu that has gone bad im afraid ,unless you are loaded with cash you wont mind the mb bill for parts and labour , the best solution is get a second hand one from a van dismanteler , i would recommond dronesfields in manchester excellent alround , the look out for a good indie and have him take the dump file that is on the old ecu and keep it on file so when you get the replacment ecu he will be able to load the file onto it . hope this is of help to you , cheers Joe.
easiest way to handle this problem is as you turn the key turn the steering wheel back and forth not real hard bust firm and try and turn the key foward and back at the same time. usually what happens is the little detente inside the column gets stuck just right and stops the tumbler from moving
had the same problem with a 99 dodge van. tow truck driver put the key into the ignition and tapped it a couple of times while turning the key to freed it up and start the engine. works as long as you leave the key in the ignition so i use a second key to lock/unlock the van. hope this works for you. gary
go to parts store buy new ignition cylinder ford are easy to replace. Once you have new ignition turn on old ignition to run position just under the switch you will see a hole push in the silver pin on that hole and pull out old switch and insatll new hope that will solve your problem