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It stopped again a few months after this post and refused to restart. It turns out it was the fuel filter so GdD's comment was correct.


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Often the dust cover fails to close leaving the key hole exposed and this causes the issue described. Sometimes a tiny bit of lubrication is sufficient (clean first) and then the cover closes smartly.


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Could be your key is extremely worn or the ignition lock cylinder is extremely worn. I suggest calling a local locksmith to replace key and code a new lock cylinder to oem biting for your car. Ford ignition locks are common failures. You could also try flushing it out with some wd40 but it would be a temporary fix at best.


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