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Antenna glass coil module location and replacement

I need to replace my antenna module and don't know how to do it

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I want to replace the coil pack assciated with cylinder 2, but don't know which one to replace.

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Are you sure everything is connected ?
Is the replacement engine the same year and model as the old engine ?
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Need to replace the driver's side glass mirror with turn signals

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My jeep dose not have any spark will not started

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I have a91 f150 nite no spark replaced distributer and coil got power to coil but no spark can someone help I don't get online alot so out would be greatly appriceated if you could txt me 248 974 0281 plz...

Sorry I don't do text, because I don't want spam either... The most likely cause of your problem is a bad TFI (ignition) module. All of the engines used in Ford trucks in 1991 used the TFI modules. Some were distributor-mounted modules and some were fender-mounted modules. I cannot tell you where yours is actually located, because you did not bother to mention engine size. (Nice-to-know information - it helps a little if we know what we are working on) Anyway, That is the most likely cause of a no-spark condition. In fact, It has been so common with the Ford engines that Ford ended up settling in a class-action law suit due to the TFI modules repeatedly leaving people stranded. I personally had a Ford Ranger - replaced the TFI module about 6 times in the 7 years that I owned it...used to keep a spare in the glove box.

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