Question about 1989 Ford F 250
Firstly check points under distubuetr cap see if they are o.k , usaully no pimple on the contact point's , secondly if you have replaced them and still no spark , check coil lead by swapping for a spark plug lead and test again , still no spark then replace coil.
if all these fail , then your distributor cap or distributor may be at fault .
start from easiest solution to hardest .
i think you will solve problem , good luck , hope i was of some help
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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