I have replaced the stator, pick-up mod,
ignition coil, ecm and tumbler on my '91
f150 and still have no spark out of my
ignition coil. I tested the cool and it's good.
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.
Thank you for your response. Do you have any links for diagnostics?
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