95 Ford Mustang get no power to starter signal wire

Asked by Jan 09, 2016 at 11:18 AM about the 1995 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi I am working on a 1995 Ford Mustang. I'm chasing a
wiring issue with the starter signal wire. It is not getting
any power when you got to start the vehicle. Can anyone
give me a little help with what to look for. I was thinking
possibly the ignition switch but am not going to throw
parts at it to figure out the issue. I have tested wiring and
ohms fine. Just not getting any power. Thanks

5 Answers

7,395

I belive this one has 2 ignition switches, one where you place the key on and the second one is mounted over your steering column right above your brake pedal. Check for power there, most likely that's where your problem is.

6,675

There are several things that we need to know about the car, Engine, transmission, alarm concerns(theft light blinking) recent repairs, any other little things that are new or unusual? The start circuit has to go though several places before it actually gets to the starter and all of those things could possibly cause it to not crank.

I found the issue. It had a break in the signal wire

6,675

Glad you were able to sort it out.

7,395

Yeah it was obious there was a breaj but where was it

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