Replace the spark plugs and wires, make sure your firing order is correct
i did that to i was thinking crank sensor
Or could be the map sensor
Start by check that power is going to your coil packs first, if so then it might be the ignition module, this has to have power before the coil gets fire.
i would double check and make sure you have the right distributor these cars had multiple distributor types and not all will work on all cars here is the problems i had- i had a 94 ford probe with 2.0 in it and had this problem. when i would drive the car i would occasionally get a orange "POWER" light that would come on in the instrument panel and the car would hesitate and then rsume normal driving and then one day it just died i found the problem was the distributor. inside the cap is (on mine) a laser that looks through a disk that tells the engine to fire you cannot buy just this part i tried. this was bad on my car and i replaced it..no help but i found that the new distributor was not the correct style..if you have the laser style you must put this style back in or it wont work
mine looked like this
I have a 96 Ford probe n I am only getting spark out of one cylinder what can cause this
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