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All things in dash/steering wheel not correctly working

Yesterday Ford F150 4wd was fine. Today-Turn signals only work if steering wheel is tilted into up position. Radio works only in park-shift into drive and radio and all digital info turns off-shift into neutral and radio comes back on. 4wd light on dash ''clicks'' on/off randomly making the turn signal click noise.AC blower stays on even after truck is turned off. Winshield wipers turn off if steering wheel turns slightly. Ideas??????

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Mice? sounds like the wires may have been chewed on and shorting out.

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