Question about 1990 Ford F150
Had a no start issue replaced solenoid and starter then all wires as well ran great for one night now it tries to start even when the ignition turned off and keys pulled ..... could this be the ignition switch in the stearing column???
If the truck turns over but will not crank you might need to replace the coil box you might not be getting any fire you can check this with a helper pull the number 1 plug attach it ti the plug wire like it would be in the engine and place it near the manafold and have your helper try to start the truck if you get no spark then your coil pack is bad if this is not your problem please let me know and give a little more detail on what it does like sounds if the starter turns stuff like that and then i will be able to help you futher
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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