This is a common problem on all older cars and trucks. I have seen this many times before. The ingnition switch has a spring in it, that returns the ingnition switch from the start position to the on position. This spring gets weak with age and the spring does not return the ingnition all the way back to the on position. There is a dead spot between the start and on position on the ignition switch. All you got to do is after starting, turn the ingintion 1/4 inch more, back towards the on position. You can also replace the ingnition switch, but turning the switch back 1/4 inch back to the on position is free.
Sunday, September 4th, 2011 AT 11:58 PM