Question about 1990 Ford F150
You may want ro remove the crankshaft and camshaft sensor and use a multimeter and set it to the lowest ohms setting and then touch the two ends of the meter on the pins of the sensor you are testing and see what reading you have it should read 0 then have somebody wave their hand rapidly in front of it and you should read a fairly high reading if not it is faulty and should be replaced i had the same thing happen to mine and it was my camshaft sensor and the wiring was bad too so may want to check it really close ok
Best regards Mike
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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