Question about 1989 Ford Econoline
There is also an ignition relay, a coil, and the wiring harness it's self. Check to see if the ignition can be by passed by using a test light first to find the hot side of the ignition fuse. See if there is power there it should be constant all the time but it only makes the connection when you turn the key. If it does it's probably your relay. You are aware that there is two fuse blocks for the ignition. If there is no power to either fuse block i would buy another ignition switch (you can always take it back).. and if still nothing i would replace the harness.. hope i could help. oh one other thing check the ignition module.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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