Question about 1991 Ford F250
It appears the wiring harness that runs through the steering colum is either chaffed or a wire or connector has pulled away, causing the connection of some wires,but not all. I am assuming your battery voltage is around 12.5 volts, and has been load tested for an amp draw.
You'll need to drop the cover around the column and inspect your ignition harness. I have a feeling your going to find a loose/broken or damaged wire or connection. If this is not the case after you inspect this area for a probable cause, then you will have to check the wires in this circuit with a volt meter and also check for voltage drops.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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