95 ford bronco won't start

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Asked by Sep 22, 2013 at 12:24 PM about the Ford Bronco

Question type: General

Replaced a steering column in a 95 bronco with one from a 93 bronco.  It won't start.
Swapped ignition key and switch.  It turns, lights up dash(no odometer or oil gage though? ).
Its not getting any power to the starter. works when I jump start it just not from the key.

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You may have to either adjust the ignition switch (electrical switch) or the key lock cylinder may be off a tooth. If you removed the snap ring and washer that retain the gear behind the lock cylinder, it may have jumped a tooth. After those two, I'd look at the neutral safety switch on the transmission. If someone installed an aftermarket alarm, they may have spliced into the start wire and when you moved the steering column components, a butt connector may have come loose. (pure speculation on my part)

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