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Truck wont start

My truck wont start i have replaced the control module and the coil. Is there anything else i can do to get it to run. i have also replacedthe plugs and plug wires and rotor cap and rotor

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  • Gary1954 Apr 26, 2009

    I have a 1995 F-150 Ford 4.9L manual trans.The truck quit running.I have no spark.It started after sitting for two days,long enough to drive it two miles.I replaced the ignition control module,coil,rotor, and cap.If the stator is bad would it occasionally start? Is there any sensors that would shut the ignition circuit?

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Spray starting fluid in throttle body to see if it starts if so change the fuel pump. Check fuel pump make sure it is kick on the fuel pressure should read 30 psi to start the truck.

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