When i go to start my car it spins over fine and will only fire after I let go of the key. could it be a bad igniton switch. the pump and filter are new and the DME has been changed plus new plugs and wires. email@example.com
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The olny thing left is the ingition switch .When you turn the key do you have power i don't know it sounds like you did everything right mabey a bad ground wire i have seen that happen on fords from that year the main ground to the engine looks fine on the out side the jacket is fine but the wire is green and all rotted out inside try jumping the mian ground wire good luck
sounds like a bad ignition switch, which is most likely what blew the fuse the first time, the igniton switch does'nt have anything to do with the lights on the dash or headlights, but it will affect the radio and the starting of the car
This is due to a bad ingition switch on the column or the igniton cylinder lock, you will need to remove the lock and see if it spins freely off the linkage for the switch ,90% of the time its the key cylinder, some off these fords are easy to replace the lock and remove it, there a small hole at the bottom of the column where the lock sits, if you look under the lock there should be a small holel insert a pick into the hole and push lightly then turn key slowly you will feel pic go in this is releaseing the lock tab then the lock will slide out, hold in hand and see if it turns freely if not replace it. hope this helps. just did a little research and this applies only to tilt wheel, if you dont have tilt then steering wheel and the plate must be removed here a diagram to show you the pin for a truck without tilt.
Not the igniton switch, its the ingition cylinder and or the housing. The switch is not part of what you are really turning. It's connected to it via gears. The common problem is the key gets worn out and the tumblers wear also. Eventualy they do not line up right and will not make the "bar" drop in the cylinder to allow it to turn from the off positon. If you have the title in your name and the key has never been rekeyed or the code has been changed you can go down to a dealership with all of the info for the truck and they can cut you a key from the vin number. You can try that first before you put a cylinder and housing in it.