No Spark to Ignition coil
Hello, Here is an excellent diagnostic for your "no spark" problem. http://forum.doityourself.com/showthread.php?p=1123956. If that doesn't help, try this link. It's for a 1986, but the step-by-step may still be pertinent. http://autorepair.about.com/library/faqs/bl846g.htm Best of luck! CarGrrl
i could think of two things wrong one the old scool ignision module could be bad or the distributor could be bad to.
you probley have a bad pick up modgule in dist.black box about 2 to 3 inches long remove 2 small screws and unplug reinstall new one should start.is located under dist. cap.
this truck is equipped with a tfi ignition module which is a common problem,but inside the distributor is a hall-effect sensor that provides the trigger signal and basic timing info to the ign. module and the pcm.they are difficult to test separately.consider replacing both, or take a chance and replace ignition moduule first and try it First, make sure that the coil has key-on power, and make sure power and grounds are ok fords are real funny aboutr that
i have a 1990 f150 2wd with a 302. i lost all spark to the motor. i went to ford to c wat it could be they told me like 7 different things that could be rong
Yes, many things can contribute to an ignition failure. A distributor stator, a module, key power from the ign switch, power to the coil, a bad coil, broken wires, worn distributor bushings causing the vanes to crash into the stator - there's a method to diagnosing a concern. You could throw money at it and get lucky though.
I have changed coil pick up coil ing,module and skill no spark from coil to the distributor cap can someone please help me with this problem this has been going on for over a month I have replaced all the firing stuff that I could think of please help
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