Question about 2001 Lincoln Navigator
There is a switch on your brake pedal which is for safety and will lock out the starter if you do not have your foot on the brake pedal when you try to crank the engine.
Your brakelights will not work as well, so you can verify the switch problem by observing the brakes.
The switch could be just knocked out of place or it could be broken. This is a common problem across all brands of Ford, for those years using this system.
Posted on Feb 12, 2014
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