Question about 1995 Ford F250
The 'click' that you are hearing is most likely the starter solenoid being actuated. If the neutral switch were bad, you should hear no click at all. The likely trouble is the starter motor itself, followed by a less likely defective starter solenoid. You can test for this with a voltmeter or test light on the starter terminal--if you get nothing but clicks, the test light should come on each time the key is operated which shows a defective starter motor. If no light at all, suspect the starter solenoid. Hope this helps!
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A voltmeter can be used to check the switch for voltage when the ignition key is turned to the START position with the shift lever in PARK or NEUTRAL. If there is no voltage, the switch should be adjusted or replaced.
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