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I blew out the drivers side tire on my 90 f 150. It took out the entire wheel well. I hooked everything back up but no ignition spark? Am I missing an ignition box that may have been mounted to the fender and is now gone? I have a 4 prong connector that looks as if it connected to something?There looks as if something broke off the fender wall inside too!?

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