Question about Ford F-450
The most common no spark problem on these trucks is the ignition module.
These are mounted on the distributor with 2 small bolts. You may need to turn the distributor to access the bolts if yours is a V8. So you may need to reset your timing afterwards.If you do not have a timing light very carefully mark the position of the distributor first.
You only need to loosen the bolt at the base of the distributor to allow it to turn.
If the module doesn't cure the problem you may need to replace the pickup coil inside the distributor itself. This will entail distributor disassembly to replace.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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