Question about 1986 Dodge D150
It sounds like your ignition switch failed. Look on the underside of the column and see if the plastic is deformed from heat. These switches are known to heat up and burn the connector at the main power wires. I would consult a good mechanic if you have never done this kind of work before.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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