Question about Ford E-150
Check the fuses first for a burnt fuse. If all are good the horn contact spring inside the steering wheel may have snapped touching a wire to the directional switch wiring. Unplug the harnesss from the directional switch at the lower section of the steering column and see if the gauges work again
It is rare to happen although I have seen this happen twice in the past two years
Posted on May 11, 2010
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