Question about Ford F-150
Just installed jba headers on my 94 f-150. Took it out for a quick drive and everything was fine, then went out again and got to about 30 mph and it lost power and would not accellerate. Everything was fine before I installed them but i had a problem with the plug wires before so i changed them to better ones. Problem is still there and now I have a rough idle.
The distributor cap and rotor should be changed if this does not help replace the ignition module located within the distributor Headers increase the local temperature near the spark plug boots make sure you have a thick high quality spark plug wire boot surrounding the spark plugs, an old timer trick is to start the truck up cold at night in a dark local and spray the plug wires and dist. cap with a light mist of water to detect any weakness in the ignition wiring, any arc outs see must be adressed.
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