no spark on my 86 bronco 2

danderson
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Asked by danderson Aug 02, 2010 at 07:16 PM about the 1986 Ford Bronco II

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i was being a dumb ass and drilled right through my wireing harness and caused a short. i fixed the wires that i cut, used a test light to test the wiring to the starter relay, tfi module and replaced it. tested the coil and the power going to the distributor from the coil. when i would try to start the car the starter relay was making noise too.  

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papa
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you probley shorted out the starter,or battery.

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Charles Sifers
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Are you getting power to the coil? Did you check the ground(s)? If there is power to the coil, then it's bad if it is not throwing spark.

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Colin Rivet
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you could check your plug-ins on your wireing harness,sometimes corosion builds in the plug-in and the wires corrode and break.could u give us more details on your problem?

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papa
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he said he drilled through the wires,have the battery starter and alt checked

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