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1991 Ford F150. Ignition will not spring back from start position. Vehicle will not start. Replaced starter solenoid. Not the problem. Will start if I short across the post on the solenoid. Then discovered the ignition problem. Suggestions? Thanks, Mike

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There is a switch on the steering colum, that has probably gone bad, it is what contains the spring for return of the key

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