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Couple of questions? Is out of warranty? In the UK Bosch is 3 years Is the direction control in mid way? Have you tried both directions? My best guess if all these fail is the motor pinion is stripped. Go online, download a partslist from the Bosch website and see if you can locate the item. It may be worth a dealer look at it, it may not. If you have a pal who's competant to open it and deduce whats wrong for the price of a beer, go this route.
When that happened to one of my drills, it turned out that the connection up inside the handle where the battery connects to the drill needed to be cleaned. I also had to use a screw driver to slightly bend the connectors inward (away from the side) on the inside so the battery would make a better connection. If that doesn't solve the problem, they there is most likely a loose connection in the switch or wires leading to the motor. I have never had the brushes go out on a battery operated drill so I would start with checking the battery connection first..
I think you will find the brake light switch being a hydraulic one by the master cylinder someplace. Should have two wires going to it. I would have to go out into the yard and check, but some of these early fords of the 60's had the 4 or 5 fuses in the bottom side of the light switch. Try checking there. Rick.