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I sure could use a hand with this one. I have a 95 F250 4.9 with MT. The truck just quit. I'm not getting any fire from the spark plug wires. I tested the coil and it passed. I tested the module and it passed. I replaced the stator because i didn't know how to test. I am still not getting any fire, nor ground break at the coil. What now???????
I have power to both coil terminals. With a test light i probed the tach side of the coil, then turned the engine over. If my ignition components were jiving then the test light should have flashed as the engine rotated, indicating the intermitent power break from the coil.
You were right on the money. I unplugged the ECU and spun the engine over and i had fire. I sprayed a little starting fluid in, spun it over again and it cranked. WOW.......... yall really know your stuff arround here. I appreciate all the help, and maybe i can be of some help to yall in the future. I'm a diesel man for CAT. I only work on engines. I also work on alot of 7.3's on the side. Hopefully i can contribute. Thanks again
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