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Old 03-18-2010, 11:23 PM
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Testing the Ignition Control Module?

Is there a way to test the ignition control module for EEC-IV with common tools, i.e. multimeter, test light?
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Nope. None that I know of.
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This may help:
SBFTech.com TFI Module/Hall Sensor Testing Procedure

Some good stuff here (Ranger based but applicable since it is a similar system):
The Intermittent No-Spark Ranger

Ford Ranger/Bronco II TFI Ignition Diagnostics

Most parts stores can plug a suspect ignition module into a special tester if that is an option for you.
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This may help:
SBFTech.com TFI Module/Hall Sensor Testing Procedure

Some good stuff here (Ranger based but applicable since it is a similar system):
The Intermittent No-Spark Ranger

Ford Ranger/Bronco II TFI Ignition Diagnostics

Most parts stores can plug a suspect ignition module into a special tester if that is an option for you.
Great info! Thanks for the links.
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