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Old 12-10-2007, 07:39 PM
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Question Anyone Can Answer This???

IF A ENGINE 1988 302 5.0L HAS GREAT CYLINDER COMMPRESSION
IS GETTING FUEL TO CYLINDERS , HAS NEW CAP & ROTOR , NEW COIL
BUT IS GETTING NO SPARK TO PLUGS , WHAT COULD BE CAUSING PROBLEM??
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Old 12-10-2007, 11:15 PM
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Well, assuming you don't have any broken wiring, I'd say your next purchase should be a TFI module.

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Well, assuming you don't have any broken wiring, I'd say your next purchase should be a TFI module.

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this is the first thing that i would also try... i had one go bad on my mustang but the car would start when cold and not run after it got any type of temperature to it....
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The shop guys say the module.

The board inside cracks and when it heats up it splits, so say the shop guys.

Other opinion, could be the pick up, but not likely.
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pop the module off and open it up, the circuit board inside is probably black aka shot.
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