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Replaced distributor still no spark from coil

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If there is no voltage at the ignition coil then you need to check and see if you have voltage at the EEC power relay which supplies voltage to the ignition coil and the fuel pump relay. The ignition switch applies voltage to the EEC power relay. The EEC power relay and Fuel pump relays are found together usually on the drivers side fender apron, about half way between the headlight and the firewall

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SOURCE: F150 V 8 NO Spark replaced coil / distributor w/

There is no crank shaft sensor for this truck,check all fuses,make sure there is none blown,check for 12 volts at the coil,if there is no voltage at the coil,replace the ignition switch,if there is voltage at the coil,make sure the rotor button,is turning when turning the engine over with the starter.If the rotor button ,is not turning,then the timing chain,in the engine has broke.I do not know how to tell you to check the map sensor,but if it is bad,it will not fire.

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SOURCE: no spark at plugs replaced distributer coil an

did you replace the coil wire?
and distrubtorcap and rotor?

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SOURCE: 1988 ford ranger no spark

Did you replace the ignition control module, it is called the "TFI"? That is the most common source of a no start. There is also a problem with the ignition starter switches coming apart and causes a loss of power to the ignition system.

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