Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
Dear Chuck Check the voltage to you coil. You should have 12 volts at the coil with key on. Check the same wire for 12 volts during crank. If voltage drops to 9-10 you will have "No Start". If this is what happens jump 12 volts to coil with key on. Don't worry about trying to find why the voltage was lost because the connector for that circut is lost in wiring hell. Good luck Moe
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