Question about Ford F-150
If u have replaced the TFI ignition module then u need to replace the distributor pickup coil as well, if that has been done y ou may have a defective engine wiring harness, a defective ECM or a fuel pump that looses pressure hot, i would go with the distributor pickup coil, u must remove the distributor to replace it, the part is dirt cheap. Get the OEM part, the aftermarket parts are junk. My experience? 35 years as a Ford dealer electronic engine control master technician.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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