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1988 Ford F150 4x4 problems

Howdy I got a 1988 Ford F150 4x4 302 EFI automatic Regular cab. It will not start. I got it about a year ago. The last owner was a mechanic but didn't do a thing to other than think he could mount the bed but it wouldn't fit. Also he pulled the distrubtor and intake manifold. We put the intake manifold on it off of a 1989 Ford F150 2wd EFI 302 and put a distrubtor brand new. It is stabed right. Yet it still don't start. I had to replace the fuel selector filter. I know it is getting fuel it spit out at me and my dad causing a small fire but didn't burn anything. It has spark plugs out of a 1989 Ford F350 460 V8 engine. The spark pulg wires are fairly new. I had this same problem with my 1987 Plymouth Reliant and we replaced the ignition coil but I can't find it. I really want to get this truck going since I traded my 1987 Plymouth Reliant for it. It is a great truck I know it for sure.
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1988 Ford F150 4x4 Regular cab 302 automatic
2002 Ford F250 4x4 super duty super cab automatic Triton V10.
brothers I fix theres
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1986 Ford F150 4x4 1 ton rear end automatic 302 EFI Regular Cab
1987 Plymouth Reliant FWD 4door sedan 2.5l 4cyl LE.
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1989 Ford F350 2wd manual tranny crew cab 460 v8
1985 Ford Bronco 2 4x4 no mods 6cyl engine manual tranny.
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1985 Chevrolet G20 Sportvan G20 RWD
1990 Ford E150 RWD Econline
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I had the same problem once..under the distributor is this little plastic white almost like a bracket..any how they are bad to get burnt out ..I found this out from my uncle..who is mechanic..any how takes a tool you may have to get from parts store..an after you get it out just leave the bottom screw out cause you can't get to it..Hope this helps sorry don't know name of that part a resister or some thing idk anyhow Gluck!!

The part name was module..it came to me other day gluck...
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parts store can test the part mine was out!!

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