Question about 1991 Ford F150
I have a 1991 F150 that just quit running. I have put on a new coil, distributor cap, rotor & module. I show voltage at the cap from the coil but not out of the cap to the plugs. Could it be the voltage is enough to show up on a meter but not strong enough to jump the gap from rotor to cap? I was told that the condenser has nothing to do with strength of the spark. Is this true?
Ignition control module. Im a honda tech
Posted on Oct 19, 2012
You need a new distributor. You've replaced everything else. A distributor will get up and running again.
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