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Bronco2 with 2.9lV6. I asked about no power from coil to dist. I have power at coil 11.8. and continuity going to dist. No plugs firing. In process of buying new dist. and TFI mod. Checking grounds.

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The distributor can be serviced but the tri is the problem.

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SOURCE: no spark to plugs or coil.

Do you have power to the coil with the key in the run position and when cranking? (ignition switch)

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The engine is definitely in an over rich fuel condition if you are blowing black smoke. I would suspect a bad 02 sensor, but the flooding condition you describe at starting could be other things. I would check the codes and proceed from there.

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SOURCE: car wont start Has no spark.has power going into

there are 2 coils in the dist

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