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1995 ford f=150, engine turns over will not start. No spark at coil. Coil and ignition modual were tested and found to be o.k. Could it be the pick-up coil in the distributer. Thank's for any help

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  • robertmende Feb 26, 2009

    it turned out to be the pick-up coil in the distributer

  • robertmende Feb 26, 2009

    it turned out being the pick-up coil,,,,,,,,

  • avery69 May 11, 2010

    crank sensor is bad,or pickup coil is

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Cool thanks for telling me

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It could be or try your crank sensor and wiring to the crank sensor known to go bad

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