I have a 1995 club wagon e150 van with 351 windsor motor that turns over but doesn't get fire
My 1995 van with 351 windsor won't get any fire i have already replaced
coil,dist cap and button,plugs and wires Imy not sure if it has a control module
or a pip or were there even located but not sure if it has a crank sensor but I
would like to kno
Not sure on yours if the ignition control module is located on the fender, or in the distributor, but that definitely needs to be checked out. Auto Zone could test it once you find it. Also check to make sure the pin on the distributor gear has not sheared off by grabbing the rotor under the distributor cap and see if you can twist it. If you can then the distributor would have to come out and the pin replaced, then the motor re-timed.
before you try the pip, look at the EEC relay on the fuse block, located on the driver's side of the engine compartment. if the blades of the relay are rusted/corroded, and your fuel pump is not coming on, the problem is with the wiring on the bottom side of the fuse block. I had the same problem with my 1993 E150, engine spun, but no spark. After a new fuel pump, a new ICM and a new relay, I finally found the problem, the wires connecting the EEC relay were corroded and not contacting.
what does the eec relay look like and what does the fuse block look like
Do you hear the fuel pump prime when you turn the key (before you engage the starter)? Faulty fuel pumps are extremely common, luckily they're cheap to replace.
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