Question about Ford Escort
I think the only possible solution is that at the back end of the steering lock is the ignition switch itself ,it has two screws that hold it on and this switch is the problem ,the contacts inside have collapsed or broke loose so its shorting inside this switch ,its the first thing i would have looked at and disconnected the multiplug connection before i started checking the loom and the fuse board .This problem has no relation to starting out of gear its just one of them things that can and does happen with motor vehicles ,its a machine and it goes wrong and wears out eventually
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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