Question about 2002 Ford Escort
That will probably be your ignition switch. you can check to make sure but you have to take it out to test it. The ignition switch is below the steering column. You also need a chart to tell you which terminals are for which system and what your ohms should be. If i had to guess what was wrong with your vehicle i would Say it's the switch since your battery is good. If you haven't checked your fuses yet I would do that first before anything else. I hope I could be of assistance.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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