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Have power at the coil and when i bolt the ignition module to the firewall the voltage to the pickup coil is cut
1 of 2 tries on this. either u'r not getting a proper ground and u need to make sure that u sand where the module sits at the firewall. both the wall and the module need to have bare metal touching each other.
oorrrrr, u need the reverse. make sure u have rubber grommets on u'r module and NO contact to the firewall. mopars are funny that way.
Posted on Nov 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had the same problem. there is a group of wires that go by the distributer and branch off to the distributer and go towards the front. when i would jiggle it the van would die. it ended up being a pinched wire.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
check the wiring around the distributor i don't know how simular it is to a 1990 ford crown vicktoria 5.0 engine,
but on this car, there is a little two 2 prong plug beside the distributor no wires coming from the plug it's self , it plugs into the wiring harness it works like a fuse.
if you remove it or if it has melted the car WON'T START, no fire the link can be removed to keep the car from starting for testing purposes (fule pressure ect.)
when you wouldn't want the car to start
Posted on Sep 24, 2011
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