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Good power but no turning of the engine does the shifter have a conecting switch

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There is a sencer on the brake peddle 1 is for the brake lightes and the other wont let u start ya car or put it in geer

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1st, have someone step on brake pedal while you check to see if your brake lights are working, if yes proceed to step 2, if not check your brake light fuse(Left side of dash fuse#20- 10amp)IF fuse is good replace brake light switch on brake pedal. 2nd Step (brake lights ok) Turn key on engine off, press and release brake pedal several times slowly, listen for a click and and pulse on shifter handle. IF yes you have a shifter malfunction replace shifter assembly. IF no, inspect shift interlock solenoid and or relace solenoid and cable. You should see a small access cover about the size of a peanut around base faceplate of shifter assembly use small screwdriver and remove cover, use screw driver to press button underneath plate and release shifter into reverse and drive gears(this is manual overide) if you need to move vehicle in the meantime.

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Ok, if you are sure you don't have a bad fuse, and the bulbs are good, and there hasn't been some work done recently that might be related, I would be looking for the back-up light switch. If you pick up is an automatic the it is usualy part of the neutral safety switch. If it is a manual transmission, there is a back up light switch that screws into the transmission case (usually near the shifter) It will have two wires and some kind of a plug the conect the wires to the switch. It may be a bad switch or a poor conection at the switch or broken/ bad wire between the swicth and the lights in the back. There are several way to go about narrowing this down but you first have to be able to get under the truck and you will need a test light or a multimeter to test for voltage. Once you locate the switch, one of the two wires will have voltage with the key on (engine off) the other wire will go out to the lights. If you don't have a test light you can jumper the two wires together (after you unplug it from the switch) with a paper clip or some other short piece of wire (don't worry,12 volts can't hurt you) If the lights come on with the switch by-passed you know the switch is bad, If not, back to square one. You need to find out if there is voltage at the switch. At this point you really need a test light or a multimeter. Test for 12 volts at the switch with the key on if not, the problem is "upstream" that is you are not getting power from the fuse panel, if you have power at the switch and you have done the "jumper wire" test, the problem is "down stream" that is between the switch and the lights. Also, before you do any of this, if you bought this truck used look and see if some shade tree previous owner added a plug for a trailer and hacked into the lighting harness near the rear of the truck and maybe made some poor conections.

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The problem sounds like it is the shifter interlock solenoid located on the steering column is not releasing the shifter lever. The shifter interlock is supposed to release the shifter lever when the ignition is in the run position and the brake pedal is pressed down, and I have found that about 90% of the time the problem is either a bad switch on the brake pedal lever, or it will be the wires that connect to the switch on the brake pedal lever, and I have found many times that the wire is actually broken right up inside of the wire connector and hanging on by the insulation making it appear to still be connected. Most vehicles use only one multi-function switch on the brake pedal lever to control functions like the brake lights and the cruise control, but Ford products are good at using two switches on the brake pedal lever. Be sure to check all of the wires to the switch(s) on the brake pedal lever very well for broken wires especially at the connectors to the switches. If you can use a power probe or a volt meter to check that power is flowing through the switch(s) properly, and you do find that the switches have power to them and through them when the brake pedal is pushed down, then the shifter interlock solenoid will either have a broken wire at it, or the shifter interlock solenoid is malfunctioning and will need to be replaced.

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