no fire from coil
Have you checked the coil? http://www.autos.com/car-maintenance/how-to-test-an-ignition-coil
What have you replaced?
replaced control module coil pick up in dist.
OK disconnect the coil, turn key on and check for battery voltage on one of the wires, if you have battery voltage then put a test light in- between the contacts on the wire plug in, crank the engine and watch for the test lamp to flash, if it flashes then you have a bad coil even though it maybe new, if you don't get a flashing light, turn off the key and run an ohms test on the trigger signal wire from the ignition module to the coil, if open or high resistance repair wiring and repeat the test light test on the coil wire plug. Ford products have had a lot of module connector plug failures, that maybe where your problem is.
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