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I got a lincoln Mark seven and i cant figure out why Im not getting any fire. New coil, Ignition Switch, Alternator, and wire. Amp light is on, check engine light aswel. Will start every once awhile, if i sit there and hold switch. Fire isnt even come threw Coil. When holding ignition switch motor turn over,then check engine light blinks off car stops right up.

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Check the engine control unit itself and the ignition module.

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