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1987 bronco 302 EFI, fuel pump works I can hear it

I have a 1987 bronco eddie bower edition, it keeps turning over but wont start, fuel pump is on a toggle switch and it works and I checked the spark and its really good but it wont start, what could this be?

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The pickup in the distibuter is bad

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