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I've had a prob getting my 1992 ford explorer to get spark from the coil. I've replaced the coil, ignition relay and siliniod. Cranking but not firing. Could it be this lilttle ceramic balist that comes off the wiring harness leading into the coil?

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SOURCE: Whaere is the asd relay on my 1992 ford explorer?

93725554-b514-46b8-9061-79fa5809afbc.jpg6b73eada-a58d-4a64-aa00-a64502b2156a.jpg2d04895b-0f6e-4fa5-b838-1a367f7af3a6.jpg There really isn\'t an auto shut down (ASD) relay. That\'s really a Chrysler thing. In any case there is a main relay that is for power supply called an EEC relay. I have marked its location in the top picture. Not sure of all the "many parts" you have replaced so far but am going to suggest just in case you haven\'t replaced and/or check or even know about the electronic distributerless ignition system module (EDIS module). It\'s kind of hidden and is a pain because if it is the original one it\'s rivited on. It has a 12 pin connector on it and if you are getting power when the key is on to the red wire, this could be your problem assuming you have checked all the fuses and wiring snd have a good ground there. There is a pink wire so don\'t get them mixed up due the the age of your vehicle and fading. It will be in the 8th pin location not the 3rd pin where the pink wire is. Above in the other pictures is the location of the EDIS module and a good picture of what it looks like. This goes out you don\'t have your power supply to the coil. It could be the EEC replay but just throwing this out to try and help. One last thing is I would really fully diagnose things before you lose any more money on parts that are not needed. I\'ll be happy to try and help you diagnose this. Hate to see people losing money trying to fix a problem replacing not needed parts. I hope this helped you out.

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