This is the symptom of the wiring in the ignition switch burning out. Which is the reason why I brought the car to the ford dealer-- there is a huge safety recall for this problem. I stare at the wiring and it's all pretty and new. But it looks like they got the order of the wires going into the switch all wrong.
This is incredible.
They released the keys to a car that has almost no brakes, and is unsafe to drive with no turn signals and most other things in the car do not function. (It will start up though)
In all the years I worked for a dealer, never have I seen such a blatant disregard to liability and customer safety. This car was clearly NOT test driven. I'm amazed they even managed to park it.
I would be completely safe had I pulled out of the parking spot and blindly smashed into one of the shiny new mustangs for sale behind me.
Since I picked the car up after hours, there was nothing I could do besides leave the keys in the nightdrop box.
Oh and the diagnostic work that I asked them to perform, checking the fuel pressure under boost while on the road for $45? There's no mention of it on the workorder. They completely failed to do the things that I asked them to do and that they quoted me over the phone.