Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
Pull a plug wire, stick a screw driver in the plug wire socket and hold the metal shaft of the screw driver about 1/8 inch from the block. Get someone to turn the ignition key to start and while it is cranking see if you get a spark. If not, look under the front of the truck and locate the "crank trigger" located on the front of the block and going to the area of the crank ballancer. If it looks dirty, the get some contact cleaner and squirt it good and use a tooth brush to clean the trigger and surrounding area of the ballancer where the trigger makes contact, then try starting again.
Posted on Dec 16, 2014
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