Question about 1991 Ford F150
If you are certain the fuel pump is running, (you can hear it cut in for a few seconds when you turn the key) and certain the fuel filter isn't clogged, i would suggest, first of all, you get a timing light and see if you have spark on all wires. Then if you do, aim the light at the crank mark and turn the engine over. If the marks jump all over the place, you have a timing chain problem.
If you don't have an engine light on, i wouldn't start changing sensors at random. Check the basics first.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
What Engine size do you have? This will be of great help.
For now, with out knowing the engine size, it could be the ignition control module on the dist and looks like this.
Until i know the engine size of course.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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