Question about Ford E-250
Hello, my name is Ben. When you started the van using the fender mounted relay, you were basically bypassing the key switch. I'm thinking you might have accidentally disconnected a wire during your repair of the horn switch. Or it could just be a coincidence and the key switch could have just worn out at the same time as the horn button. Many years ago I had a vehicle which would do this if I parked it in direct sunlight and the inside temperature got very hot. Being lazy I would just pop the hood and start it with the fender mounted relay just as you did. My "solution", if you can call it that was to park in the shade whenever possible. Anyway, I believe your solution will eventually be the key switch. I hope I have helped you a bit with your problem, Ben.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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