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1984 ford f150 ignition switc/ actuator rod. For years now I have been using a pair of pliers to start my truck, I roll the key forward to disengage the steering wheel lock, then push the actuator rod forward to start, just like key should. This has worked fine for the past 3 years or so until the other day when the actuator rod fell out. I was able to reinstall the rod back into the switch however its only good for 2 or3 starts before falling out. Because it is such a pain to take apart and put

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 29-11-2021

Answers :

Yea, you'll still need your key to unlock the steering wheel. Just get a properly rated DPDT (double pole double throw) switch that is "on-off-on" from radio shack or somewhere similar, as we'll as a momentary switch/push button to actuate the solenoid. Make one position on the DPDT your accessory position and the other your run position. Make sure it's in the run position when you go to start it. Again, you will need the key to unlock the column and possibly your shifter. Look up diagrams to figure out which wires you will need to have on the switch. It'll take a little engineering on your part, but if you know your wires, you can do it. Best of luck!
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