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1988 ford ranger 4x4 v-6 not firing

We have replaced the coil and also the control modual but still no fire where else should i look

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  • danemt72 Feb 25, 2009

    I drive my Ranger approx. 500-800 miles/yr., started fine 2 weeks ago, drove it around for about 30 minutes no problems, Sunday went to move it all it does is cranks, fuel pump works, pressureat in the fuel rail. bought a ignition coil and wires, still no spark.

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Did you guys put a meter on the wires going into the coil and make sure they are getting power when the key is turned on?

If you do get power then I would check the distributor

If you don't get power then trace the coil wires for a blown fuse or pinched wire

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