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1991 ford f-250 no voltage at ignition box

\015 1991 ford f-250 lost all voltage at the ignition switch on steering column. Is there a fuse somewhere that I should check? Operators manual does not show one. Dealer says there 'may' be but does not know.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-01-2019

Answers :

The main ignitin should be fused. check under the hood near the starter selanoid there will be wires attached to one of the large terminals. these are fusible links. check the wires for power
Under the driver side console is the only fuse box on the 91s,check your fuse links by the battery,if all 7 are fine check the ignition switch (located on the steering column behind the shroud,)i had the same problem and it was the control wire,check this out,when you crank nothing happens go to your headlights,are they bright?if so its probally your command wire ,if there weak or dim clean your battery cables,terminals at the block and solinoid.to see if its your con trol wire check voltage at starter solinoidwhile ign ition is in the START position,if no voltage connect a jumper from pos battery to "s" terminal on solinoid.try to crank it now,did it start?if it did fix your control wire cause that **** is causing issues,if that didnt start your ride you have a bad starter or starterolinoid...remember in our trucks the sol is on the fen der wall pass side,not on the starter ,hope this help brother
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