Question about Ford F-150
If you have a coil check that you have power to it 12 volt. if you have efi check for a code fault when checking the coil check that there is current at both terminals to ensure current is passing through the coil. Check that you have the correct voltage coil fitted as if you have fitted a 12 v resisted coil with out the resistor it is possible the coil is r/s
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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