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      Ford F250 Ignition Switch

      If your Ford F-250 is experiencing sluggish start-ups or is not starting up at all, your battery may not be the cause. In fact, when it comes to ensuring your supercharged rig starts up reliably when you turn your key, a new Ford F-250 ignition switch from AutoZone is likely in order.

      When your ride fails to start up repeatedly, it's a telltale sign that something is wrong with your ignition switch. Fortunately, AutoZone has a comprehensive selection of F250 ignition switches to choose from that are designed to fit into your Ford's engine mechanism seamlessly, resulting in a dependable key transmission signal to your ignition system. Plus, when you order an ignition switch for your Ford F250 from AutoZone, you always benefit from the trustworthy advice of our friendly and knowledgeable staff. Shop our in-store assortment today and benefit further from free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing.

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      Before install, check the position of the switch

      Paul

      in 3 months

      I have a 1990 Ford F250 with a naturally aspirated 7.3 diesel. I was having issues with my radio and my door window motors, when I pressed too hard on the steering wheel, the engine would stall, and the key switch was acting like it wasn't engaging correctly. After research, I decided to check the ignition switch on the steering column. THis turned out to be the problem. The Autozone staff were extremely helpful and gave me some tips on getting the job done. The Duralast LS515 switch was very reasonably priced and was perfect for the job. The only glitch that I had with the job was that the switch was in the wrong position (i.e. it was set for the ignition on position). Once I figured that out and changed it to the proper position, the job went flawlessly. I would advise anyone changing out one of these to check the position of the original switch before removing.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1990 Ford F250 4WD with a naturally aerated 7.3 diesel

      I have a 1990 Ford F250 with a naturally aspirated 7.3 diesel. I was having issues with my radio and my door window motors, when I pressed too hard on the steering wheel, the engine would stall, and the key switch was acting like it wasn't engaging correctly. After research, I decided to check the ignition switch on the steering column. THis turned out to be the problem. The Autozone staff were extremely helpful and gave me some tips on getting the job done. The Duralast LS515 switch was very reasonably priced and was perfect for the job. The only glitch that I had with the job was that the switch was in the wrong position (i.e. it was set for the ignition on position). Once I figured that out and changed it to the proper position, the job went flawlessly. I would advise anyone changing out one of these to check the position of the original switch before removing.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1990 Ford F250 4WD with a naturally aerated 7.3 diesel