Distributor

Asked by Oct 22, 2017 at 05:13 PM about the 1975 Ford F-100

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Wiring harness fired, replaced all bad wires and elect. parts, motor wants to fire
but when you release the key to run position distributor acts like it has no power
for firing, could the ignition switch be fired inside or what would case this
problem

3 Answers

139,895

That could be a bad connection inside the ignition switch,

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Thank you, that is the only thing that I haven't replaced. When the key is off is the magnetic coil in the distrib suppose to be megnetic

139,895

You have electronic ignition? I would try jumping the ignition switch to provide power directly to the ignition (hot wire) to confirm a bad switch.

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