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1995 Ford F-150 5.0 timing issues

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Old 08-13-2010, 03:27 PM
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I plan to, but that is not the cause of my problems at this time.

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Old 08-13-2010, 03:35 PM
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Well you said you had to adjust the distributor two times then it starts , thats timing...
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Old 08-14-2010, 10:12 PM
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How bout the TFI module on the side of the distributor. Had a buddy that had a hot start/running issue. Truck was fine when it was cold but when it warmed up it had similar issues. Replaced it with one we had layin around and it ran fine. Just a shot in the dark
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I was thinking about going to the salvage yard and pulling a distributor to swap out. I have noticed that the engine being hot makes a difference with mine. I have to retard the timing to get it to start if the motor is hot and it dies. But when it gets cold from sitting for a few hours I have to speed the timing up a little to get it to run smooth.
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You do NOT have the TFI module on the side of the distributor in a 1995 and heat is no longer much of a problem with your Black ICM (TFI module).
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I know this an old thread but did anyone figure out what fixed it my 95 is doing the exact same thing
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