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Hi new here and to Fords so bare with me if I miss anything. Hav a 94 f150 with a 300 in it and I can't get any spark at the coil. It has powet to it but nothing comming out of it. Tried a new one and still same resultes. What am I missing? Any help would be great.
Probably the ignition module. They are known for going out. I keep a spare in the glove compartment. If you have a dwell meter you can check to see if the coil is being told to fire. Sometimes you can tell by putting a test light between the negative coil terminal and the positive battery post. If it flashes while cranking the coil is getting a signal. If it doesn't flash you don't know anything, but at least you tried something new.
1990 F-150XLT Lariat Stillon the original engine with no squeaks or rattles at over 300k miles
145 rwhp, 272 rwtq
2001 Lightning #127
13.18@104, no chip, no pulley, no nitrous
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