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1989 ford f 150. What would be common denominator between loosing fire fuel pump and spark plugs at same time

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Could be a problem with the ignition switch, or with the Power Control Unit (main computer). I would first check all of the relays and fuses in ALL of the fuse boxes.

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SOURCE: firing orde ford 6 cyl f-150 truck distributer to spark plugs

you didn't say if you have the straight 6 or v 6.But i'll give the order for both.
The 4.9L straight 6 is 1-5-3-6-2-4----------- distributor rotor turning clockwise, and #1 plug is the first plug.
On the 3.0 and 4.2 V6 engines is 1-4-2-5-3-6-------#1 plug is the first plug on driver side---- facing engine.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

SOURCE: 1989 f-150 5.0 has no fuel pulse or fuel pump

Check the computer ground at the battery.if it gets corrodid,you won't get spark or fuel.There could be other componets also causing your problem.

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Hi,
Since you're sure that you are getting gas and fire and timing is right... (also check firing order), has anything been done recently that could help you locate the problem? Such as removed distributor (could be 180 degrees out)? New plug wires (maybe crossed)?
All else I could recommend is checking cylinder compression (In case the valves are the problem)... The engine timing chain could need replacing...
Hope this helps... Good luck!

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Well take a plug lead off any plug and the plug and put plug in lead and rest it on the engine with the thread resting on the metal block and then spin it over if a good blue spark then coil etc is all ok BUT if no spark then the coil could be faulty or condencer OR points need cleaning and regaping to 12thou
when all in good order start and test run .
Let me know how you get on Ron

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89 ford F 150 . Lost fire to fuel pump and spark to plugs at the same time


There is a bad connection . Could be a loose fuse. loose wire , faulty circuit breaker . or ignition switch. If the fault is still there start at the ignition switch hot wire should be 12 volts, turn on ignition should be 12 volts on + terminal of ignition coil and 12 volts at fuel pump. if not repair as required .

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You need to run a fault code test on the computer control module. To learn how go here. The code lists are there as well.

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could be fuel pump,check for fuel see if fuel pump supplying fuel and you are getting spark.make sure ignition timing is correct and the idle speed setting correct check the under hood emissions information label.also check engine make sure engine not over heating check cooling fan clutch see if cooling fan clutch is okay by turning it by hand if engine is hot cooling fan should have resistance if engine is hot, if cooling fan feel loose no resistance the fan clutch is bad.

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1989 ford f-150 not starting, new plugs wires, turns over, no start, maybe unburned fuel?


If it turns over the problem is either the spark plugs or the fuel filter or fuel pump. Begin by checking the spark plugs and changing the fuel filter.

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I have an 89 ford f-150 cranks wont start got fire, timing is right, fuel pump is pumping


Hi,
Since you're sure that you are getting gas and fire and timing is right... (also check firing order), has anything been done recently that could help you locate the problem? Such as removed distributor (could be 180 degrees out)? New plug wires (maybe crossed)?
All else I could recommend is checking cylinder compression (In case the valves are the problem)... The engine timing chain could need replacing...
Hope this helps... Good luck!

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1989 f-150 5.0 has no fuel pulse or fuel pump signal or spark


Check the computer ground at the battery.if it gets corrodid,you won't get spark or fuel.There could be other componets also causing your problem.

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89 f150 to fireing


Check and see if u have spark to the plugs, if you don't replace the TFI ignition module on the distributor and the pickup inside the distributor, the dist must be removed to do this coil pickup replacement.
Comment posted on Mar 04, 2009 also check the fuel pressure if the spark is ok, the ignition is the ,most common issue. Comment posted on Mar 04, 2009 also check the fuel pressure if the spark is ok, the ignition is the ,most common issue.

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i suspect a fuel pump malfunction. i would check there first. make sure the fuel **** fuse is good and well. check the lines for blockages. after you run the fuel pump/fuse/line test, go to the distributor/coil and test the spark value. i would also check wires as well. your problem should be in one of these specific areas.

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